Echo Point Lookout (3 Sisters) - Jeremy Lee's Travel & Photography

Echo Point Lookout (3 Sisters)


We arrived at Katoomba from Sydney Airport approximate 1700hrs and was able to catch the last moments of sunset at the Echo Point Lookout. 

Note : The picture of the Echo Point Entrance was taken the next morning.

Echo Point Lookout

Echo Point Entrance

Echo Point Entrance

The 3 pointy cliffs are known famously as the 3 Sisters who are known to the natives as the traditional custodian of this ancient land. The view of the place is breathtaking, the climate is cold with times of sweeping winds sending shivering chill down your spine if you are not clothed well. This was a picture taken approx 1830hrs with the fading sun facing my back. The view is truly spectacular, which speaks volume about the beauty of nature

3 Sisters

3 Sisters

We stayed at Echo Point Holiday Villa, which I will cover in my next blog post. The Echo Point Lookout is just a 2 minutes walk away from the holiday villa. My my, to awake and be treated with this view is just a pleasure to the eyes. This is a view of the Echo Point Lookout taken at street level, there is a side walk down the side to the Queen Elizabeth Lookout

Echo Point Lookout

Whilst walking to the Queen Elizabeth Lookout, we were treated to a miniature rainbow formed by the refraction of vapour clouds and sunlight. This is another view of the Echo Point lookout

Echo Point Lookout

Another view from the Echo Point Lookout, this time it offers view of lush trees and greenery with the backdrop of mountain ranges and cliffs. Still unforgettable. 

Mt Solitary & Gangarang Range

View from Echo Point Lookout

This lookout point which is just below Echo Point Lookout was graced by Queen Elizabeth in 1954 and offers a closer view of the 3 sisters and surrounding cliffs. The wind here is much stronger too. Time to button up! 

Queen Elizabeth Lookout

I took a shot of the Echo Point Lookout from the Queen Elizabeth Lookout. This is one of the more popular lookout point in Katoomba/Blue Mountains. Definitely one to come to when visiting the area 

Echo Point Lookout from Queen Elizabeth Lookout

To end off the blog post, I added a slideshow below of a sketch depicting the panoramic area of the Echo Point Lookout. 

Guides @ Echo Point Lookout

Descriptive Sign-ages @ Echo Point Lookout

Descriptive Sign-ages @ Echo Point Lookout

Complete set of the Echo Point Lookout is available at my Gallery : Click Here!