What's on in Mount Victoria, NSW


Mount Victoria is a charming vacation spot in the heart of the cool mountain environment, located about 1040 metres above sea-level in the beautiful Blue Mountains about 110 km from Sydney and 15 km from Katoomba. Mount Victoria is the township that is furthest west in the Blue Mountains, but is close to Katoomba and the other towns that provide a wide range of entertainment options including taverns and licensed clubs. Mount Victoria is a small, interesting and historic village with a friendly atmosphere. There are an array of outstanding heritage buildings in Mount Victoria including St Peter's Church of England (1874), the Toll Keepers Cottage (1849), the Imperial Hotel (1878), The Manor House (1876) and the delightful Mount Victoria Historical Museum. There are many beautiful scenic attractions in the area: Victoria Falls, Mt York, Victoria Pass, Sunset Rock, Bede`s Lookout and Mitchell`s Ridge Lookout. The pristine bushland surrounding Mount Victoria offers fabulous mountain biking, camping and bushwalking. Mount Victoria has excellent tourist amenities and facilities with fabulous accommodation, art galleries, craft shops, cafes, taverns, charming bed and breakfasts, antique and second hand furniture shops, and fine restaurants. Just 10 minutes drive down the Victoria Pass is the small town of Hartley and many other villages. Mount Victoria is a fabulous places to use as a base from which to explore all the wonders of the Blue Mountains.


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