Welcome to Katoomba Tourist Park
Blue Mountains Tourist Park - Katoomba Falls is ideally located within walking access to the famous Three Sisters, Scenic World Skyway and Katoomba township.
Bushwalks lead from the front of the Park to spectacular viewpoints and hidden waterfalls, and we're just a short walk to Echo Point, home of the fabled Three Sisters. After a long day exploring the natural wonders of the Blue Mountains, the cafes, restaurants and friendly pubs of Katoomba town centre are close by.
The Park is the ideal place to stay for international visitors and domestic guests who have a limited time to explore the area. Accommodation options at the park include fully self-contained cabins, powered campsites, as well as unpowered campsites.
How Will You Stay?
Set at the base of the Katoomba Falls Trail and walking distance from the Blue Mountains National Park, you'll be immersed into nature allowing yourself to disconnect and take in the fresh air.
You couldn't get much closer to nature - yet the centre of Katoomba, with its markets, parks, bookshops and superb cafés, is only a short walk away.
Our self contained cabin options offer everything you need for a short or long stay - all you will need are your clothes and food!
There is plenty of space to spread out along our grassy sites for you to disconnect and be closer to nature.
Caravans & Campers
Our powered and ensuite site options have concrete slabs that suit any sized caravan, motor home, camper trailer or fifth wheeler.
Put on your walking shoes and back your day bags, it's time to get out and explore everything the Blue Mountains National Park has to offer. Here are our recommended must-sees to set you on your way!
Katoomba Falls Trail
Minutes walk from the park is the beautiful Katoomba Falls trail. Set out on this 3.1km out and back track leading to the amazing Katoomba Falls.
Discover the thrill of a 52° (128%) incline in open terrain riding the steepest passenger railway in the world, the Scenic Railway.
Three Sisters, Blue Mountains
Just two hours outside of Sydney, amongst the surreal scenery of the Blue Mountains lie the Three Sisters, one of the regions most iconic landmarks.
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