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The Blue Mountains is a beautiful region two hours north of Sydney. It is made up of a number of mountain towns & national park areas.

There are spectacular views & the bush walks amazing.


Katoomba has restaurants, cafes & shopping. Many bushwalks start from here including the Three Sisters Walk & Giant Stairway. Visitors can also enjoy a ride on the scenic skyway.


Leura is a historic town with a village atmosphere. The main street is packed with cafes, galleries & is renowned for its beautiful gardens.


Lithgow is part of the World Heritage Listed Greater Blue Mountains Region .

Lithgow's Zig Zag Railway was the first railway link to western New South Wales.

Wentworth Falls

The village of Wentworth Falls offers a peaceful atmosphere with small shops, cafes, a country club & a golf course.

South of Wentworth Falls village there are views of the Jamison Valley & the 300m Wentworth Falls.


Oberon is a popular area for trout fishing, horse riding, four wheel driving & bushwalking.

Oberon is best known for the Jenolan Caves some of the most spectacular limestone caves in Australia  





Blackheath is a village in the upper Blue Mountains. The Fairfax Heritage Track starts & ends at the Heritage Centre. It offers views of Bridal View Falls & the Grose Valley.


Named after Gregory Blaxland, one of the three explorers who forged a passage over the Blue Mountains in 1813.


Glenbrook is an entry point to the Blue Mountains National Park.

The Jelly Bean Pool is one of the most popular swimming sites in the area. Upstream is the famous Blue Pool where suspended clay particles refract the light giving the pool a blue hue.


Hartley on the western edge of the Blue Mountains has a number of heritage buildings of which are now galleries, B&B & restaurants.


Lawson is named after William Lawson who in 1813 along with Blaxland & Wentworth, carried out the first European crossing of the Blue Mountains .

Mount Victoria

Mt Victoria is the highest point in the mountains. Named after Princess Victoria, who opened the railway station in 1868.


Springwood is the second largest town in the Blue Mountains. Once a military post it is now a destination for bushwalkers & picnickers.

Springwood was a coal & water stop in the steam era. The town now hosts a range of shops, cafes, hotels & galleries


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