Sublimely beautiful, the Blue Mountains is one of the most spectacular parts of the country, recognised with a World Heritage listing and easily accessible from Sydney by road or rail. Nestled in its natural wonders is a full complement of creature comforts including fine food, gorgeous villages, festivals and great places to stay from cottages and cabins to luxury resorts. Late 19th century villagers established English-style cool climate gardens of rhododendron, azalea and deciduous trees. Today, the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is an open book of botanical wonders – an ideal setting for a corporate gathering.
- Visit spectacular Scenic World Blue Mountains
- Wander Waradah Aboriginal Centre Echo Point
- Refuel with scones and tea at the Hydro Majestic Hotel
- Take a guided Blue Mountains Aboriginal Walkabout
- Explore the wondrous Jenolan Caves
- Summer average 18°C
- Winter average 5°C
- Summer average 29°C
- Winter average 16°C
Beautiful and historic, Katoomba combines five-star natural wonders with a long list of wonderful facilities. Whatever brings you to the Blue Mountains, Katoomba has what you're looking for. Enjoy fresh mountain air, awesome views and world-class walks just 90 minutes from Sydney.
Lithgow is a beautiful city in its own right, with a wealth of historic villages in the Lithgow Area. This natural paradise places the great outdoors at your feet, with majestic valleys, clear water creeks, lakes and woodland all close at hand, and some great places to hold an event.
A three-hour drive from Sydney and Canberra, Oberon is the highest town in the Greater Blue Mountains region. Along with its rugged natural credentials, Oberon lays down the welcome mat with a vast selection of rural experiences and superb event accommodation.
What's on in Blue Mountains
16 Apr - 24 Apr
Monday 16 April to Tuesday 24 April 2018, Blackheath
25 Apr - 13 May
Wednesday 25 April to Sunday 13 May 2018, Katoomba
25 Apr - 05 May
Wednesday 25 April to Saturday 05 May 2018, Wentworth Falls