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Mainly a bush reserve that has some nice short walks on it, is steep if you want to climb from the base (off Cliff St or from reservoirs where Bowral Road goes over the railway. The old quarries are quite interesting. There are great views...More
A surprisingly high vantage point over looking Bowral and Mittagong. Aside from the panoramic views of the surrounding country there is a great variety of birdlife that does not appear to be too frightened of being next to humans.
Straddling Mittagong and Bowral, the Gib has been a popular attraction for over a century. If you have the time, take a nice walk up the mountain, if driving through, drive up because you can stop at a couple of lookouts to see lots of...More
We found the car park a great place to base a short walk to the lookouts. Although it was drizzling we still enjoyed the views. We were presented with views that took in the township of Mittagong, some of its industrial areas and a wide...More
Planning a bit of a hike to start our long weekend we visited the Mount Gibraltar reserve. We drove up and parked at the Bowral Lookout side. From there you can take a bush path past the toilet block, to the Jellore and Mittagong lookouts....More
Best place to commence is from carpark area on Oxley Drive Bowral, near water tanks. Path takes you past historic quarry and along clear path to steps that lead up to Bowral lookout, a little over a kilometre. Nice district views south and over Bowral...More
We drove up and visited the 3 Gibraltar lookouts, Bowral, Jellore and Mittagong. Lovely views over the towns and the surrounding areas. We had great weather so could see a great distance. Easy to get to. Toilets available st the Bowral lookout.
The Mount Gibraltar reserve has been developed to allow good access to the panoramic views over Bowral. Choice of either driving up then park and walk along level walks or to walk up the steps from the town. An interesting display is on the lower...More