A short walk with lots of climbing, starting up high at Martins Lookout, dropping down steeply to Glenbrook Creek, and ending up high again at Bunya Lookout and later Lost World Lookout. The views are good if not mega, and there’s a few interesting rocks and plants along the way. A good option in the lower mountains for half a day’s walking with some decent climbing (about 500m of ascent/descent all up).
Track notes at the end.
Martins Lookout to Lost World Lookout: The Scenery
We used track notes in Best Bush Walks of the Blue Mountains. There’s also notes on Wildwalks.
Starting at Martins Lookout, you head down to Glenbrook Creek; near the bottom follow the signs for the Kings Link Route, and then cross the creek. The track soon climbs up the hillside, topping out near Bunya Lookout. A flat and easy walk west (with one right turn at an obvious junction) eventually takes you to Lost World Lookout. At Lost World Lookout is a white memorial cross that you can just see from Martins Lookout. You return the same way.