Mountains of Sydney - Mount Bindo
Mount Bindo is the highest mountain in Sydney at 1362 metres above sea level. It is also the only mountain where you can drive to the summit in a 2WD car. It can snow during cold snaps.
Turn off the Great Western Highway and drive south along Jenolan Caves Road through Hampton to the Millionth Acre Picnic Area at the corner of Jenolan Caves Road and Duckmaloi Road. There are toilets and a car park here.
Directions to the summit
1. The road into the forest is dirt and can be driven in a 2WD if you are feeling a bit adventurous. From the rest area, drive along Tea Tea Ridge Road into the forest.
2. Turn left onto Bindo Boundary Road.
3. Near Mount Bindo a fire trail turns off the road to the right and climbs steeply toward the summit. You can walk up to get some feeling of accomplishment.
4. There is a tower and a trig point at the summit.