I joined this road just before Kurrajong. A steep climb up to the plateau, at the top a lookout awaits but when I visited the weather was cloudy and hazy.

Now along a scenic but touristy section of the road then as things these thin out riding the ridges of the Blue Mountains. Here it all comes together, the road and curves are terrific and so is the scenery.

Sorry I do not have any good photos.

I have removed the original post as it was too old, please open the map full screen to view listing of all roads.



  1. Anonymous

    What was once a good fast riding road, has now been hit by the fun police and has been reduced to 80kph for a lot of it.

  2. Heavily Policed…..

  3. I used to regularly travel this road day and night at Ton Plus speeds in pre-radar days. Residential pressure, more traffic, and the effects of rampant over-regulation (and the policing of same) have taken most of the fun out of it. But there's still a little left ….

  4. Always mobile speed radars on the road… be very very careful

  5. Make sure you go real early, you won't have an issue with the cops get on it by 630am.Do it on a regular basis they sit around Mt Banks and at Bell later in the day.

  6. Anonymous

    I do this as an "out and back" from home in the Blue Mtns. Wentworth Falls to Mt Tomah Botanic Gradens and back about 50 mins each way. Miss the main built up areas near Richmond and less cops. Can be a beautiful and exciting ride.

  7. My earlier replies have been lost but thanks again for everyones comments.

  8. My earlier replies have been lost but thanks again for everyones comments.

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