Explore the natural beauty that lies in Glenbrook Blue Mountains.

Opening Time

All days expect Tuesday
0700 – 1800 Hrs

The visitors have so much to explore that we would feel like getting value for their money. The shopping arena, fast food & multi-cuisine restaurants make the place a must to visit on a tourist list.

National Park Guide

The guide assists you throughout the trip. The Blue Mountains region is covered with landscape hills & vegetation at large. Thus, you might find yourself caught in no man’s land area of the territory. We recommend you to be accompanied by the touring guide to for expedition of Glenbrook Blue Mountains.

Blue Mountains National Park is spread in more than 2, 00,000 hectares of area and is maintained by the NSW Wildlife Services & National Parks. The geographical location of this tourist destination is suitable for dense vegetation, leisure walking, trekking & adventure sports.  The entry gate of the park welcomes you at the end of the Bruce Road, Glenbrook.

Parking charges are applicable according to the number of visitors each vehicle brings with them.

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Gate Opening Time

0830 Hrs – 1900 Hrs (In winters)
0830 Hrs – 1800 Hrs (Rest of the year)
How to Reach:

By Road: Drive through the Great Western Highway to the main road of Glenbrook village towards Bruce Road. You will reach the entry get the end of this road.
By Train: Take the train from any Sydney railway station & reach the Glenbrook railway stop. The entry gate is at walking distance from railway station side.

Famous Picnic Spots:

The Euroka: The Darug community lives here from ages. The foreign invaders exploited the region for camping ground & stone axe. The place has now become a picnic spot due to the dense forest & wildlife. The grey kangaroos are the habitants of this region from ages.
The Ironbarks : The spot is minutes away from The Euroka. The place is decorated with chairs & tables. The visitors are requested not to feed processed food to the animals. As it causes illness to the wildlife.
The Oaks: The location is perfect to enjoy a day escapade. The place is named after the She-Oaks tree’s in the area. The black cockatoos are often seeing feeding on the branches of the She-Oak trees. Visitors are instructed to bring in their stove to cook food. Dropping of the waste in the area is strictly prohibited.
Machins Crater : This picnic spot is named after Machin Hall and is located next to The oak. A volcano & a walking track are located in the premises of this spot.
Tobys Glen : The place is more than 10 Km away from the entrance gate of the National Park. The area faces bad weather most of the time but offers exciting time to spare on holidays. The area holds ores of blue gems in the Mountain area.

Restaurants & Food Joints

Glenbrook Blue Mountains have beautiful weather to enjoy. The cool current flowing all through the day makes the outing more enjoyable. Taste delicious Australian food at any of the restaurants in the area.
The traditional meat pie rides high on the menu list. Don’t forget to taste apple pie & freshly baked scones at any of the food joints. Apart from meals, you can also sip tea or coffee with tea-time snacks anywhere. Enjoy dinner at traditionally designed huts & experience the real life of Glenbrook Blue Mountains.

Education Diary

The inhabitants of the region prefer to educate the young brains in the area itself. Thus, the place has various pre-school, schools, high schools & University colleges. We recommend a visit to any of these academic centers:-

  • Glenbrook Infants School
  • Glenbrook Primary School
  • Blaxland High School
  • Lapstone High School
  • St. Columba’s High School
  • St. Dominics College