What's on in Glenbrook, NSW

Glenbrook is a delightful vacation spot and weekender destination established in the Blue Mountains Region at the end of the M4 Motorway directly west of Sydney. It is the place where visitors come to get tourist information from the of the Blue Mountains Visitor Information Centre. On display outside the centre is the map referred to as the Grand Circular Tourist Drive chart which features a broad variety of bushwalking and mountain bike trails and other recreational activities that visitors can enjoy in this stunning area. The interesting and activity packed townships of Lithgow, Katooba, Leura, Oberon, and many towns in the nearby regions of the Hawkesbury and Nepean, have a huge variety of enticements and amenities for tourists. Glenbrook is one of the gateways to the Blue Mountains National Park. and has excellent swimming pools, including: The Blue Pool and the popular Jelly Bean Pool . The blue colour is made by suspended mud particles that refract the light. This Blue Pool has inspired numerous poems. The very popular Glenbrook Gorge features many activities including rock climbing, swimming and stunning bushwalking and wildlife tours. For stunning scenery you can visit Tunnel View Lookout, Nepean Lookout or Pisgah Rock. There is fabulous abseiling on the south face of Glenbrook Gorge from Mount Portal. The Woodford to Glenbrook Track is one of many classic mountain bike natural pathways in the area. s a wide range of entertainment options in the area. Monthly craft markets are held in the Glenbrook Community Hall and The Blue Mountains Creative Arts Centre Gallery is open most weekends and during the holidays.

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