Glenbrook is the first village you will see as you arrive in the picturesque Blue Mountains.
Glenbrook is located 70 kilometres west of Sydney with a population of around 8,500 people. Limited by housing development due to the vast National Park, it will always remain a quaint community visited by over 4 million tourists yearly.
When the original explorers Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson carved their way through the Blue Mountains they first rested in Glenbrook. The suburb takes its name from Glenbrook Creek, which is on the southern side of the village and must be crossed to enter the Blue Mountains National Park.