Dargan Arch

Dargan Arch is an erosion residual, all that remains of a collapsed cave or overhang.

The Dargan Arch is large, maybe 15 metres long, 10 metres high and 8 metres wide. The Arch lies in a generally east-west alignment.

It is possible to walk across the Dargan Arch but care is needed.

The Dargan Arch is quite spectacular, one of the must-see geological features of the Blue Mountains.

Rock climbers have installed bolts on the top and on the underside of the Arch.

Wollangambe 8931-2S

460 920985

985 metres


Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)



Last Updated: 28-05-2019