Your Journey Into World Heritage Your Journey Into World Heritage  

Find out more about the features, attractions and landscapes of Hawkesbury Valley.

Nature Study

Information on local natural heritage is available at through the National Parks and Wildlife Service, and on informative signs at a number of visitor sites throughout the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and other nearby reserves.

Mount Tomah Botanic Garden is an important source of natural heritage information, with a strong focus on plants. A self-guided audio tour is available with stories on the evolution of Australian and Blue Mountains plants, and a major World Heritage exhibit will soon add to the attractions at the garden.

Signage on The Botanists Way, at Clarendon (between Richmond and Windsor) and at Scenic Hill above Lithgow provides detailed information on the botanical heritage of the Bells Line of Road corridor. Signs about local features are displayed at some other visitor sites along the way.