Blue Mountains Accommodation and Information

Courtesy of Glenn Ling
Courtesy of Glenn Ling

Areas to Stay in Blue Mountains

Wentworth Falls

With postcard views on its doorstep, the historic village of Wentworth Falls is a spectacular base to experience the Blue Mountains’ natural grandeur. Many bushwalks in the area showcase the full breadth of the Blue Mountains National Park’s natural wonders. It was named after William Charles Wentworth who, along with Blaxland and Lawson...

Leura

Leura is now as popular for visitors to the Blue Mountains as Katoomba itself. Leura has been given the name of ‘The Jewel in the Mountains Crown’ and is also known as "The Garden Village". The name Leura itself is Aboriginal for ‘lava’. Many volcanic stones have been found in the area.The area...

Katoomba

A vibrant and historic world heritage listed village at the heart of the Blue Mountains. Katoomba spoils its guests with spectacular walks and lookouts, rich cultural heritage and great restaurants and bars. Just 90 minutes by car from Sydney, this scenic getaway is famous for its dramatic views of the Three Sisters and Jamison...

Blackheath

Blackheath is a beautiful village sitting at the height of the Blue Mountains’ splendour, 11 kms from Katoomba. You will find spectacular walks and lookouts, including the unrivalled Govetts Leap, visit the nearby Heritage centre, which offers information on local Aboriginal and European historic sites, or the wonderful boutique & antique shops, cafes and...

Faulconbridge

Perched on the edge of the Blue Mountains, an hour’s drive from Sydney, Faulconbridge is an ideal escape with wonderful bushwalks and historic attractions. From Aboriginal rock art to the home of artist Norman Lindsay, you’ll find plenty of surprises in Faulconbridge and nearby Springwood. Legendary artist Norman Lindsay created a prolific...

  • Wentworth Falls
  • Leura
  • Katoomba
  • Blackheath
  • Faulconbridge