Echo Point Discovery Motel, Katoomba
Set a stone’s throw away from the majestic Three Sisters, Echo Point Motel is central to all that travellers can see and do during their stay in the Blue Mountains. Groupies cosy up in a queen room which comes complete with a private bathroom, Wi-Fi and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Guests have access to the laundry, ice machine, internet kiosk and garden BBQ for a tasty outdoor meal. Continental breakfast is served on site daily (temporarily served at Metropole Katoomba Guesthouse).
Venture 200 metres from the room to the Three Sisters viewing platform and Giant Stairway, or drive three minutes into the heart of Katoomba. Express shuttle buses also operate from outside the motel to Katoomba Street every 30 minutes for a choice of cafés and restaurants. The reception staff can also assist with local information.
Bed size/type: Queen bed
Standard occupancy: Two people
Maximum occupancy: Two people
The room features a private shower and toilet, fridge, microwave and dining area
$119.00 for a one-night stay (up to $257 value)
$199.00 for a two-night stay (up to $424 value)
$249.00 for a three-night stay (up to $591 value)
Weekend surcharge: $60 per night when booking for Fri, Sat and Sun nights, payable directly to the property upon check-in.
Included in all options
Classic Queen Room for two people
Bottle of wine on arrival
Late check-out by 11am
Daily parking at Echo Point Lookout
As a result, fresh eucalyptus scent wafts through the deep valleys and rugged sandstone cliffs of the Blue Mountains. where catch the sunlight before receding into lush temperate rainforest. Art deco buildings, tea rooms and antique shops adorn Katoomba which sits towering over ancient rock formations.
Stroll down to the spectacular Three Sisters lookout at Echo Point and take a hike into the lush valley below, or around the cliff top for magnificent views. See the mountains from a different perspective with a trip down Australia’s steepest train track, the Scenic Railway or soar across the valleys on the Scenic Cableway, an exhilarating aerial cable car.
Central Katoomba offers a bounty of cafés, bookstores and antique shops such as Mr Pickwicks, and there are plenty of more adventurous activities available nearby including horse riding, canyoning and golf. For a drink at the end of a day of exploration head to The Carrington Piano Bar for a spot of live music or instead go to The Clarendon which often features comedy or theatrical performances.