Visit the Blue
Mountains Tourism website for a comprehensive list of events.
Mount Victoria Village
Explore the village of Mount
Victoria with its historic buildings dating from 1849, cafés,
museums, antique shops and second hand book shops. Take a stroll around
the markets held on the 2nd Sunday of each month. Visit the Mount Vic
Flicks, an old style movie theatre
- Some points of interest and lookouts are located
at Mitchells Ridge, Sunset
Rock, Engineers Cascade & Henry
Lawson Rock which are only minutes from the centre of the village.
- One Tree Hill is
the highest point in the Blue Mountains. Victoria
Pass and Mitchells Pass are convict
built roads and now form part of the Great Western Highway.
- Driving down the pass from Mount Victoria to Hartley
you will find the Hartley Historic Village, Hartley Vale & Little Hartley
and from here you can continue to the famous Jenolan Caves, Kanangra Walls and Cox’s
- From the Caves you can walk back to Katoomba
on the famous Six Foot Track. There are
plenty of interesting art & craft galleries in the surrounding area.
- Just a short drive from Mount Victoria across the
causeway and down the Bells Line road to Lithgow
you will find the Zig Zag Railway, the Small Arms Museum and the State
Mine Heritage Park & Railway. Also in the Lithgow area you can
visit Hassans Walls, Lake
Lyell, the Mt Piper Energy Expo
or the Glow Worm Tunnel at Newnes.
- Also over on the Bells Line road heading towards
Bilpin you can visit Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens
and the gardens at Mt Wilson.
You will find all your horseriding adventures just
a short drive away in the Megalong Valley.
Abseiling, rock climbing and canyoning are popular
pastimes here in the mountains and many tour operators use the Mount
Victoria area for their climbs.
Nearby Lake Lyell
is densely stocked with both rainbow & brown trout as well as Australian