Wind Cave

New South Wales

The interesting cave is formed by a tall and long section of wind carved stone. The cave is much taller than it is deep, and there are some nice rock formations. It is a fairly long drive in for a short walk, so you might be better combining this with a walk to Anvil Rock.

No Public Transport
No Dogs Permitted

Getting there

Drive along the Great Western Hwy to Blackheath (West of Katoomba). Near the train station you will see a signpost pointing to Pulpit rock on Hat Hill Road. Follow Hat Hill Road - After about 2km it turns into a dirt road. Continue along the main road for almost another 6.5 km following the signs to Anvil Rock. There is a carpark at the end of the road.

From car park, this walk follows the sign, pointing to wind eroded cave. The track heads around the large rock and cliff face, and soon comes to a very tall cave.

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Other References

http://www.wildwalks.com/bushwalking-and-hiking-in-nsw/blue-mountains-blackheath-/wind-cave.html

Comments

Awesome cave :-)

rob.bushman on 2 Mar, 2014

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