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One of the Blue Mountain’s best lookouts, Pulpit Rock

[nectar_dropcap color=”#0089f2″]D[/nectar_dropcap]riving out to see some family in Bathurst late last year after wrapping up on a shoot in Sydney, I was given a hot tip by an old friend of mine to stop in at a lookout I had never been to before called Pulpit Rock Lookout. For those curious you can find out more information about it here – it’s a solid detour off the beaten track (you’ll have to drive over some dirt roads to get there) and you’ll question whether or not you’re going the right way many, many times. But for those who make the trek, i’d dare say it’s worth it.

 

One of the biggest reasons to go is not only for the 360 degree views, but for just how ridiculously close you get put on the very literal edge. As you can see above, if you’re a little less afraid, or just want to challenge yourself, the lookout has multiple outposts that put you right in the heart of total serenity and terrifying nothingness. I highly recommend checking this out if you’re in the Blue Mountains, and I look forward to making a return visit soon and checking it out during sunrise.

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Ben Roache
Australian Director, Photography & Vlogger. Ben has spent his life dedicated to the art of storytelling - today he spends his time crafting film, photo & digital ideas for brands, and in his spare time seeks out the very best adventures, theme parks and beers.

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