Immerse yourself in our community connected by culture, place, and a love of nature. Step thoughtfully on these lands, respecting the traditions of Indigenous ancestors who walked before us and preserving them for generations to come.

Small acts can make a huge difference. Click HERE to discover more.

Preserve our World Heritage-listed area
-Take only memories and photos and leave only footprints
-Never stray from the path when bushwalking or at lookouts
-Do not remove plants or rocks
-Do not disturb or feed wildlife

Respect Indigenous culture
-Treat sites of spiritual or cultural significance with respect
-Do not disturb Aboriginal artefacts or sites

Help reduce waste
-Bring your own re-usable cup or refillable water bottle
-Take your rubbish with you and pick up any you see

Respect others
-Keep the noise down
-Respect the local neighbourhood

Shop, play, dine and stay local
-Purchase and book locally where you can

Embrace local eco experiences

The Blue Mountains is proud to be an ECO Certified Destination (just the third such in NSW) and supports other certified tourism businesses. 

Delivered through a partnership with Ecotourism Australia and the World Wide Fund for Nature, it’s recognised by the Global Sustainable Travel Council.

ECO certification assures you that the Blue Mountains:
-Is backed by a strong, well-managed commitment to sustainability
-Our community is dedicated to living sustainably and recognises our role in preserving our World Heritage-listed national park

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