Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains, immediately to the west of the sprawling metropolitan area of Sydney, constitute one of the most accessible areas of relatively unspoilt natural highland beauty in New South Wales.
Katoomba is the largest and best-known town in the Blue Mountains of the state of New South Wales in Australia.
Springwood is a town about halfway up the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia.
Blackheath is a small town located between Medlow Bath and Mount Victoria in the Blue Mountains.
The Blue Mountains National Park is a large, World Heritage-listed national park occupying much of the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, Australia.
Mount Victoria is the westernmost town in the Blue Mountains.
Leura is a small picturesque town in the Blue Mountains region of the Australian state of New South Wales, located some 100 km from central Sydney and situated at an altitude of 985 m above sea level.
Wentworth Falls is a small town within the Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park in Australia.
Glenbrook is a town in the lower Blue Mountains, west of Sydney.
Wollemi National Park is just 100 km north-west of Australia's largest city, Sydney and yet it contains the largest wilderness area in New South Wales.
Medlow Bath is a small town in the Blue Mountains region of the Australian state of New South Wales.
A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. - Tim Cahill
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