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Blue Mountains Area

Blackheath Village
Blackheath Village Blackheath
At 1,065 metres above sea level Blackheath is the highest township in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.
Nestling high in the Blue Mountains

 

Hazelbrook Village
Hazelbrook Village Hazelbrook
The village of Hazelbrook was named after Hazelbrook House, a home that was built in the 1870s. The area is home to bushwalks leading to small waterfalls including Terrace Falls, Victor Falls, Oakland Falls, Horseshoe Falls and Burgess Falls. Hazelbrook has a small shopping village and a popular Bowling Club.
Home to bushwalks leading to small waterfalls

 

Katoomba Town
Katoomba Town Katoomba
Located 100kms west of Sydney, 90 minutes by car or 2 hours by train, Katoomba is the main Village of the Blue Mountains. At 1017m above sea level, the air is clear and the four distinct seasons offer different tourist experiences throughout the year.
Home of the Three Sisters

 

Lawson Village
Lawson Village Lawson
The Blue Mountains town of Lawson has had many names. Initially called Twenty Four Mile Hollow due to its location 24 miles from Emu Ford on the Nepean River, the name later changed to Christmas Swamp and then to Blue Mountain.
The original Blue Mountain

 

Leura Village
Leura Village Leura
The picturesque garden village of Leura lies just 119 km west of Sydney, or 90 minutes drive and 117 minutes by City Rail. It is one of the cluster of upper-mountain towns built along the Blue Mountains rail line and the Great Western Highway, overlooking the spectacular world heritage Blue Mountains National Park.
The Garden Village

 

Medlow Bath Village
Medlow Bath Village Medlow Bath
The main attraction at Medlow Bath has always been the remarkably ornate Hydro Majestic Hotel.
Home of the Hydro Majestic

 

Mount Victoria Village
Mount Victoria Village Mount Victoria
Mount Victoria is in the westernmost township of the Blue Mountains.
The westernmost township of the Blue Mountains

 

Wentworth Falls Village
Wentworth Falls Village Wentworth Falls
Wentworth Falls is one of the most beautiful towns in the Blue Mountains boasting the magnificent waterfall for which it is named and possibly the most spectacular bushwalks and views.
One of the most beautiful towns in the Blue Mountains

 

Lithgow Area

Hartley Historic Village
Hartley Historic Village Hartley
Step back in time within the historic village of Hartley set into the western edge of the beautiful Blue Mountains.
Step back in time