• Jamison Valley filled with early morning mist. Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia. The Jamison Valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.
    JV101 Sunrise, Three Sisters in Mist
    950,623
  • Temperate rainforest on the lower slopes of the Jamison Valley. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV102 Temperate Rainforest in the Jamison Valley
    1000,588
  • Taken From Townsville Daily Bulletin Wednesday 28 January 1931 BLUE MOUNTAINS. GREAT LANDSLIDE SOON. Millions of Tons of Rock Ready lo Fall. SYDNEY, January 27. Within a day or so, the Blue Mountains at Katoomba are likely to stage a most inconceivable landslide of millions of tons of rock into the lovely Jamison Valley, thousands of feet below. At Katoomba on Saturday, amazed crowds heard menacing rumblings, as an enormous bulk of the cliff face between Narrow Neck and Katoomba Falls started to spill, and a fissure six feet to 12 ft. wide gradually opened as a prelude to the imminent tragedy of Nature. Great boulders have already tumbled over the ledge into the gorge below. The muffled rumblings are growing louder, and ending in ear splitting reports, accompany each perceptibie movement or the fissure. Intense silence, crowds have listened to the eerie noises.... Finish reading here: http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/61580280

    JV104 The Landslide & Mt Solitary, Jamison Valley
    1000,667
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV103 The Three Sisters & Kings Tableland
    1000,627
  • Narrow Neck Plateau is a large sandstone-cliffed peninsula of rock that divides the Jamison Valley and Megalong Valley south of Katoomba. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.
    JV104 Cascade
    900,600
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV105 Three Sisters & Mt. Solitary at Sunrise
    1000,667
  • A long, low mountain of sandstone stretching across the valley. Its top is approximately five kilometres long; counting its lower slopes, it would be approximately ten kilometres long. It is approximately 950 metres high at its highest point. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV106 Sunrise, Mist clouded over Mt Solitary, Jamison Valley
    950,621
  • A long, low mountain of sandstone stretching across the valley. Its top is approximately five kilometres long; counting its lower slopes, it would be approximately ten kilometres long. It is approximately 950 metres high at its highest point. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV107 Mt Solitary
    633,960
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV108 Jamison Valley at Sunrise
    1000,667
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV109 Sunrise, The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary
    1000,631
  • Weeping Rock waterfall on Jamison Valley. The headwaters of Wentworth Falls. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    JV110 Weeping Rock
    1000,667
  • A long, low mountain of sandstone stretching across the valley. Its top is approximately five kilometres long; counting its lower slopes, it would be approximately ten kilometres long. It is approximately 950 metres high at its highest point. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.
    JV111 Mt Solitary shrouded in morning mist, Jamison Valley
    950,626
  • Eucalyptus oreades, commonly known as the Blue Mountains Ash, is a species of eucalyptus native to eastern Australia.

    Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.

    JV112 Morning Mist, Blue Mountains ash (Eucalyptus oreades)
    950,636
  • The Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus funereus) is a large cockatoo native to the south-east of Australia measuring 55–65 cm (22–26 in) in length. The adult male has a black beak and pinkish-red eye-rings, and the female has a bone-coloured beak and grey eye-rings. In flight, Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos flap deeply and slowly, and with a peculiar heavy fluid motion. Their loud eerie wailing calls carry for long distances.

    Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.

    JV113 Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos in Mist
    619,950
  • Wentworth Falls located at the south of Wentworth Falls town. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.

    The area of Kings tableland to the SE contains major archaeological importance, including the Kings Tableland Aboriginal Site. This area is highly significant to the Gandangara,[3] Darug and Wiradjuri people. Used as a gathering place for at least 22,000 years, the area contains a variety of cultural features, including engravings, axe-grinding grooves, modified rock pools and an occupation shelter.

    JV114 Wentworth Falls
    640,960
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV115 The Three Sisters
    640,960
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.
    JV116 The Three Sisters
    640,960
  • A long, low mountain of sandstone stretching across the valley. Its top is approximately five kilometres long; counting its lower slopes, it would be approximately ten kilometres long. It is approximately 950 metres high at its highest point. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.
    JV117 Mt Solitary & Morning Mist
    640,960
  • Mount Solitary. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV118 Mt Solitary
    640,960
  • Jamison Valley,Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia. The Jamison Valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.
    JV119 After the Storm, Three Sisters
    1000,667
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV120 Morning Mist swirling around the Three Sisters
    1000,667
  • This is a excellent return walk, starting from the Katoomba kiosk and winding down to the Furber Steps, where it continues along a well signposted side track to the Katoomba Falls lookout. As this walk starts and finishes at the Kiosk.

    Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.

    JV121 Katoomba Falls
    950,623
  • Jamison Valley filled with early morning mist. Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.

    The Jamison Valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.

    JV122 Morning Mist, The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary, Jamison Valley
    1000,591
  • The event of the Phantom Falls is caused by air in the Jamison Valley being warmed by the sun’s rays and rising to meet the colder air in the Megalong Valley. The resulting mist creates a ‘waterfall’ effect which falls slowly and dramatically over the cliff into the Jamison Valley.
    JV123 Phantom Falls, Narrow Neck
    1000,649
  • Jamison Valley. Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.

    The Jamison Valley comprising of sandstone escarpments, valleys and waterfalls, stretches north-south from just outside of South Katoomba to Coxs River. From west to east, it stretches from Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, making it approximately 10 kilometres. Like the entire Sydney and Blue Mountains region, the valley is a sandstone area, characterised by steep sandstone cliffs.

    JV124 The Three Sisters & Mt Solitary
    1000,598
  • Mt Solitary is a long, low mountain of sandstone stretching across the Jamison Valley. Its top is approximately five kilometres long; counting its lower slopes, it would be approximately ten kilometres long. It is approximately 950 metres high at its highest point. South Katoomba, Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV125 Mt Solitary, Jamison Valley
    950,624
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV127 Three Sisters & Mt. Solitary at Sunset
    1000,630
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV128 Morning Mist, The Three Sisters
    1000,667
  • Narrow Neck Plateau is a large sandstone-cliffed peninsula of rock that divides the Jamison Valley and Megalong Valley south of Katoomba. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia
    JV129 At sunrise, from Narrow Neck
    601,900
  • SOUTH KATOOMBA. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    JV130 Katoomba Falls
    640,960
  • Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    JV131 Valley Mist
    641,960
  • South Katoomba. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    JV132 Katoomba Falls
    635,960
  • Eucalyptus oreades, commonly known as the Blue Mountains Ash, is a species of eucalyptus native to eastern Australia.
    JV133 Blue Mountain ash (Eucalyptus oreades)
    621,950
  • JV134 Sylvia Falls
    622,950
  • Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    JV135 Empress Falls, Valley of the Waters
    615,950
  • Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.
    JV136 Witches Leap, Katoomba Falls Reserve
    622,950
  • This lovely walk goes from the grassy area of Gordon Falls Reserve down through the lush vegetation and cliffs to the Pool of Siloam.

    Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area.

    JV137 Pool of Siloam, Leura
    950,634
  • Narrow Neck Plateau is a large sandstone-cliffed peninsula of rock that divides the Jamison Valley and Megalong Valley south of Katoomba. Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage Area NSW Australia.
    JV138 Kings Tableland
    1000,668
  • Taken From Townsville Daily Bulletin Wednesday 28 January 1931 BLUE MOUNTAINS. GREAT LANDSLIDE SOON. Millions of Tons of Rock Ready lo Fall. SYDNEY, January 27. Within a day or so, the Blue Mountains at Katoomba are likely to stage a most inconceivable landslide of millions of tons of rock into the lovely Jamison Valley, thousands of feet below. At Katoomba on Saturday, amazed crowds heard menacing rumblings, as an enormous bulk of the cliff face between Narrow Neck and Katoomba Falls started to spill, and a fissure six feet to 12 ft. wide gradually opened as a prelude to the imminent tragedy of Nature. Great boulders have already tumbled over the ledge into the gorge below. The muffled rumblings are growing louder, and ending in ear splitting reports, accompany each perceptibie movement or the fissure. Intense silence, crowds have listened to the eerie noises.... Finish reading here: http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/61580280
    JV139 Wentworth Falls
    1000,660
  • The event of the Phantom Falls is caused by air in the Jamison Valley being warmed by the sun’s rays and rising to meet the colder air in the Megalong Valley. The resulting mist creates a ‘waterfall’ effect which falls slowly and dramatically over the cliff into the Jamison Valley.
    JV140 The Landslide & Mt. Solitary, Jamison Valley
    1000,610
  • The Three Sisters at sunset with unusual mist in the valley for this time of day.
    JV141 The Three Sisters & Mt. Solitary with mist in the valley
    1000,623
  • The Three Sisters are weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. Mount Solitary is seen to the right. South Katoomba Blue Mountains National Park & World Heritage area NSW Australia.
    JV142 The Three Sisters
    1000,667
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