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Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains City Council:
The Blue Mountains City Council is based in Katoomba, New South Wales, and serves 26 townships in a local government area of 1433 square kilometres. The townships are situated from 50 to 120 km west of Sydney, within 1,000 square kilometres of World Heritage listed National Park.

Blue Mountains Attractions:
The Blue Mountains is never short of things to see and do. Whether you are a local resident or an international visitor, the Blue Mountains has something for everyone.

Blue Mountains Info:
Directory of information about The City within a World Heritage National Park.

Blue Mountains Interactive Map:
Each town in the Blue Mountains region is filled with history, sights, culture and community spirit. You can also see where they all are on this interactive map.

Blue Mountains Photo Gallery:
A gallery of photographs showing some of the waterfalls, canyons, flora and cliffs around the Blue Mountains region.

Blue Mountains Railways:
An elevated plateau, dissected by rugged gorges and cliffs, separating the port of Sydney from the rich farming land of the west and towering cliffs separating mineral deposits from the ridge-top main railway route meant a lot of work for pioneering railway engineers. Now tourists can relive some of that history.

Blue Mountains Tourism:
The most direct approach to the Blue Mountains is via the M4 Motorway, leading you from Sydney to the foot of the Mountains at Lapstone; or use the Bells Line of Road via Windsor and Richmond as an alternate route. Trains to the Blue Mountains leave Sydney’s Central Station hourly departing from Countrylink platforms.

Blue Mountains Web:
Explore quality up-to-date information on the many businesses, community activities and attractions within one of the most beautiful locations in the world.

Visit Blue Mountains:
Located less than two hour's drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains offer a natural wonderland of untamed bush, spectacular rock formations and native wildlife.

Blackheath is most famous for its annual Rhododendron Festival held in November each year.

Blaxland is around 40 minutes drive from Katoomba and 10 minutes from Penrith.

Echo Point Villas:
Echo Point Holiday Villas and Cottages offer 5 self contained villas and 3 country cottages central to the spectacular Three Sisters in Katoomba. Echo Point is situated less than an hour from Jenolan Caves.

Jenolan Caves Guide:
Jenolan is more than just caves, as Rob (your guide) points out.

Jenolan Caves Reserve Trust:
General information to help you get the best out of your visit to the Jenolan, Wombeyan, Abercrombie and Borenore Caves.

Katoomba Visitors Center:
The main benefit of travelling by train is that you sit high on the ridge and have the best view of the Blue Mountains on the two hour trip from Sydney to Katoomba. Be sure to sit in the upstairs section and on the left as you approach Glenbrook Gorge.

Leura Village:
Leura is situated in the upper Blue Mountains close to some of the finest scenery and bushwalks. From easily reached look-outs the view extends over hundreds of kilometers of wilderness.

Lithgow Tourism Information:
The City of Lithgow is situated on the western slopes of the Blue Mountains. about 2 hours drive from Sydney. Lithgow is at an altitude of 900 metres and enjoys warm summer days and occasional snowfalls in Winter.

Little Hartley Walkabout:
One of the most pleasant day trips from Sydney is the journey to the historic villages of Hartley and Little Hartley.

Megalong Australian Heritage:
The Megalong Australian Heritage Centre is regarded as the Outback Ranch in the Mountains -- it's rugged with majestic sandstone cliffs and the winding Cox's River, yet is serene and tranquil with its vast stretches of beautiful pastureland and pristine wilderness areas.

Megalong Valley:
Megalong Valley offers some of the best horse riding adventures available in Australia with many venues offering rides for beginners through to experienced riders. To get to the Megalong Valley, simply turn off the Great Western Highway at the Blackheath railway crossing and you are on your way to adventure.

Mount Victoria:
Mount Victoria is at the top of the Blue Mountains and hosts many historic buildings. Step back in time as you enter this wonderful little Blue Mountains Village.

Oberon Tourist Association:
Oberon is the gateway to the Jenolan Caves and the beautiful Kanangra Boyd National Park.

Wentworth Falls:
Wentworth Falls is one of the most beautiful towns within the Blue Mountains offering possibly the most spectacular bushwalks and views.

Wentworth Falls Country Club:
Fancy a round of golf in the Blue Mountains? Try this 18 hole, par 70 course and enjoy picturesque fairways lined with a mixture of native and European flora.

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Wilderness, adventure, escape -- from the red centre across the blue mountains to golden beaches, the Australian bush beckons discovery.
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