Welcome to MOUNT VICTORIA, 120 Km
west of Sydney, the "Top of the Mountains" at 1100 metres and the Historic
village of the World Heritage Blue Mountains.
An easy 2 hour car, rail or bus trip delivers you to a capsule of 19th
century mountain life, cool climate gardens, magnificent sandstone
escarpment views with 1000 feet sheer rock faces - access by car (no
walking required) to the
actual lookouts at Pulpit Rock, Mount Boyce, Mount York and spectacular
views of the Kanimbla and Hartley Valleys.
Local attractions include the Old Toll House, Mt. Victoria Museum, The Old
Cinema, antiques, fruit orchards of all descriptions and the Cleanest
Air!! Mount Victoria is home to the oldest
tourist hotel in the mountains and is the
village that welcomed George V in 1901 and Edward VIII in 1920 for holiday
Mount Victoria is the ideal base for day trips to the Jenolan Caves, Zig
Zag railway, Mt. Wilson, Mt. Tomah Botanic Gardens, Hartley Valley,
Lithgow, Hassans Walls, historic Hartley Court House and its surrounding
village frozen in the 1850s.
Accommodation - an excellent choice of self contained holiday
cottages, B and Bs, guest houses, motels and historic hotels and inns.
Dining - choice of cafes, coffee shops, bakeries, and fine dining.
Activities - Gentle walks, bush walking, horse riding, abseiling,
rock climbing, river fishing, Scenic World, and relaxing
and forgetting about Sydney and the pressures of
For the best in Hospitality and Value choose from our Recommended
Accommodation providers presented below.