Welcome to BLACKHEATH, 115 Km west of
Sydney, the "Rhododendron Town" and at 1100 metres, the highest town in
the World Heritage Blue Mountains. A comfortable 2 hour drive, rail or bus
trip delivers you to a wonderland of cool climate gardens, magnificent
sandstone escarpment views with 2000 feet sheer rock faces - access by car
(no walking required) to the actual lookouts at
Govetts Leap, Evans Lookout, Pulpit Rock, Perrys Lookdown, Shipley and the
Grose, Megalong and Jamison Valleys.
Blackheath is the access town to the Jenolan Caves,
Zig Zag railway, Mt. Wilson, Mt. Tomah Botanic Gardens, Hartley Valley,
Megalong Valley and Victoria Pass.
Accommodation - a superb choice of self contained holiday
cottages, B and Bs, luxury resorts, motels and historic hotels and inns.
Dining - a real treat of cafes, coffee specialty shops, bakeries,
and fine dining.
Activities - Gentle walks, bush walking, golf (probably the best
mountain course in the nation), horse riding, abseiling, river fishing,
Scenic World, Medlow Bath, and relaxing in a welcoming gentle paced
country environment - wonderful.
Shopping - full range from groceries to the largest antique shop
west of Sydney
For the best in Hospitality and Value choose from our Recommended
Accommodation providers presented below.