Mt Caley

Mt Caley was named after the explorer, George Caley who climbed Mt Banks in November 1804.

Mt Caley is a located on the northern edge of the Gross Valley some 4 kilometres from Mt Banks.

An old fire trail runs from the Mt Banks Picnic Area to Zobels Gully at the western end of Mt Caley.

Excellent views up & down the Gross Valley can be had by climbing to the southern rim rock.

Large areas of Mt Caley are covered with thick lawyer vine, making walking impossible in those spots.

Central Blue Mountains (Dunphy)
Mt Wilson 8930-1N

600 795

855 metres

Saddle Hill


Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)



Last Updated: 27-05-2019