Woodford is a village in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia, approximately 90 kilometres west of Sydney. Its elevation is 609 metres (1,998 feet) above sea level.
Woodford was originally known as Mile Hollow and was home to a popular coaching inn, the Woodman’s Inn built in 1834. After passing through different owners, the inn closed and became a private residence called Woodford House. By 1871 the locality also became known as Woodford and the house later became the well-known Woodford Academy, a school for boys and is now a heritage-listed building.
Woodford is well known to mountain bike riders and walkers as the start point for the renowned Oaks and St Helena tracks.