One of Australia’s most world-famous destinations, the Blue Mountains west of Sydney is truly a place of stunning natural beauty and wonder. Many people visit the Blue Mountains each and one reason being its many bushwalking tracks. For those of you looking for recommendations on which are the Blue Mountains NSW best hikes, Neil Fahey from The Bushwalking Blog with the help of other bloggers (us included) has put together a list. Check it out here.
For us, the Blue Mountains is where we are from. We lived there for many years before travelling full-time and return to visit family and friends who still live there. Now that these days we are tourists, we too enjoy getting out to as many bushwalking tracks as we can including many that are dog friendly. If you too have a dog and are wanting to enjoy bush walks with your dog then check out the surprisingly long list we have put together for you here.
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