Wentworth Falls:

Located in the upper Blue Mountains, Wentworth Falls has a population of over 6,000 with the breathtaking views. Visited by millions of tourists and locals yearly it has some of the most stunning cliff faces.

It is proudly the home of the National Pass hiking trail, carved by 4 men well over 100 years ago as towns in the mountains were competing for the tourist dollar. They thought a walk that literally went straight down the cliff face would be interesting and adventurous for those living in Sydney and they were not disappointed. Over 100 years later it is still one of the more challenging walks in the Blue Mountains.

Wentworth Falls was named in honour of one of the men that crossed the Blue Mountains in 1813, explorer William Wentworth.