The Conservation Hut in Wentworth Falls has been reinvigorated into an exceptional cafe-restaurant with uninterrupted views of the Blue Mountains National Park.


Anyone for an espresso martini after a long day of bushwalking?

With several walks such as Wentworth Pass Loop Walking Track and the Nature Track connecting to the Conservation Hut, the newly renovated Conservation Hut Cafe is the perfect spot to eat, drink, and unwind post-hike, while soaking in breathtaking views of Jamison Valley and Mount Solitary. 



In partnership with National Parks and Wildlife Services, the new management team at Conservation Hut Cafe (with 15 years of hospitality experience under their belt) have turned the old ‘Hut’ into a dining destination.

Going beyond cafe staples, visitors are invited to feast on creative all-day-breakfast dishes or gourmet snacks such as lobster and prawn rolls, teriyaki-salmon poke bowls, or a few classics like fish’n’chips. There’s ample seating indoors and outdoors for guests to nourish in nature.



The former derelict tea room has come a long way since its founding member days of the Blue Mountains Conservation Society in the 60s. The Hut is the meeting point for society members and the birthplace of conservation efforts in the Blue Mountains.

Over the decades, the hut has become a popular rest stop for bushwalkers exploring the Blue Mountains National Park.



The unique building is a symbol of the rich history and community in the mountains and continues to inspire sustainable ecological values. The next time you’re hiking in the Blue Mountains, consider stopping by the Hut to recharge.

For more information, visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service or Conservation Hut Cafe.


Images from the Conservation Hut Cafe