Population: 4569 |
Blackheath is a vibrant town 15 minutes from Katoomba. Enjoy crisp mountain air, brisk walks, great...
Population: 538 |
Population: 896 |
Mount Victoria is in the westernmost township of the Blue Mountains and is the highest above...
Population: 7330 |
Blaxland is a thriving village in the lower mountains. Originally called Wascoe Siding, the town was...
Population: 1215 |
Population: 3990 |
Faulconbridge is a charming Blue Mountains village on the Great Western Highway.One of the earliest residents...
Population: 4945 |
Glenbrook is located 67 kilometres west of Sydney, the eastern gateway to the Blue Mountains and...
Population: 451 |
Population: 4534 |
The village of Hazelbrook was named after Hazelbrook House, a home that was built in the...
Population: 8016 |
Katoomba is an historic town that is surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the World Heritage...
Population: 911 |
The name Lapstone Hill was coined in 1832 and was the name given to the slope...
Population: 2887 |
The Blue Mountains town of Lawson has had many names. Initially called Twenty Four Mile Hollow...
Population: 4365 |
The town of Leura captures the beauty of the Blue Mountains with its fresh mountain air,...
Population: 2968 |
Population: 8437 |
Springwood is a delightful Lower Blue Mountains village, 74 kilometres from Sydney. It has a town...
Population: 1383 |
Population: 2346 |
Warrimoo is an Aboriginal word meaning place of the eagle. Warrimoo is located 75 kilometres west...
Population: 6593 |
Population: 1842 |
Woodford is a village in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia, approximately 90 kilometres...
Yellow Rock (Blue Mountains)Suburb
Population: 916 |
Population: 28 |
Population: 594 |
Megalong ValleyLocality (Unbounded)
The Megalong Valley is a picturesque valley surrounded by golden coloured escarpments. The Aboriginal meaning of...
Mount TomahLocality (Unbounded)
The village of Mount Tomah is located approximately 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Richmond, on...
Wentworth FallsLocality (Unbounded)
Wentworth Falls was named in 1878 after William Charles Wentworth, one of the three European explorers...