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    The Jamison Valley is a magnificent spectacle from any angle. From the panoramic views gained from its surrounding cliff tops to the many spectacular waterfalls, to the luscious flora and timid fauna. Over the last 200 years many have enjoyed its walks and challenges. Tourists rush to see and photograph the Three Sisters and walk the tourist trails, but there is a richer experience awaiting those willing to venture into its depths and out of the way places.

    This Project seeks to document the walks, passes, possibilities and facilities that the Jamison Valley in the Blue Mountains has to offer. It will initially be compiled from the author's track notes and photos. Hopefully other enthusiasts will also contribute their notes and photos to the collection.

    Another long term goal will be to document some of the history of human activity and impact in the valley.

    On this site you will find:

    1. Track notes including...
      • GPS and map coordinates
      • What to expect on the walk
      • Timings and distances
      • A map of the walk
      • Track gradings
    2. Photos of significant features
      • Waterfalls
      • Track starts / ends / navigation points
      • Flora and fauna
      • Views
      • Historical Sites
    3. Picnic, camping and toilet facilities
    4. History summaries
    5. Flora & Fauna notes

    Track Closures

    Track Reason Extent Re-opening
    Amphitheatre Track Landslide Base of Bridal Veil falls to Fern Bower  
    National Pass Landslide on National Pass Slacks Stairs to Valley of Waters Indefinite
    Prince Henry Cliff Walk Landslide Short Cut track  
    Prince Henry Cliff Walk Track works - Mon to Fri Leura Cascades and the Bridal Veil View East lookout track junction  
    Prince Henry Cliff Walk Landslide Gordon Falls lookout to Elysian Rock  
    Prince Henry Cliff Walk Landslide Tarpeien Rock to Olympian Lookout  
    Lindeman Pass Track works Leura falls creek crossing  
    Charles Darwin Walk Flood damage All  
    Last updated : 04 Sep 2021