day 3 in sydney (blue mountains)
The "trade mark" of Blue Mountains probably is to look at the Three Sisters Rocks from Echo Point. An interesting but sad story behind, but also don't forget to look at the sceneries beyond the Three Sisters. They say the "blue" comes from the eucalyptus oil of the forest.
We went to Scenic World next. From there we rode the Scenic Railway, supposedly the steepest railway in the world. It was great fun, riding this old mining rail which was functional as well as thrilling to bring you to the bottom of the valley.
At the bottom is Scenic Walkway, where you can choose which path to take depending on how much time you have and how much energy you have left. Then we made our way to Scenic Cableway which brought us back up to Scenic World's main entrance.
The coach took us to Jenolan Caves next. There is only one eating place there and there was a long queue, limited choice of food. It probably would make sense to BYO (bring your own) lunch which many visitors did. At the entrance there was this huge cave in the hill which the coach could barely pass through (and it did).
We had a guided inspection of Lucas Cave. The natural formations inside were awesome. The guide explained to us the history and background of the cave, how it used to be a chapel, etc etc.
To that's our day 3 in Sydney.