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Katoomba, NSW

Katoomba is easily the best place to get the full experience of being in the Blue Mountains. It’s home to one of Australia’s icons of nature, the Three Sisters, and its surrounding walkways are equally enticing and as gentle as you like.

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In town, you’ll find an array of boutique and local fashion, as well as cosy dining experiences at all levels. The middle of the year sees a special time with Yulefest, which is the Blue Mountains community’s own Christmas celebrations.

Westward from Katoomba stands the sheltered remains of the Marked Tree known as the Explorers Tree, reputed to have the carved initials of the Three Exploreres on it.

Nearest Airport: Sydney

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About Katoomba

  • Locality: Suburb
  • Katoomba Postcode: 2780
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Blue Mountains
  • Latitude: -33.71404
  • Longitude: 150.31159
  • Elevation: 1024m
  • Population: 7964
  • Median Income: $28860
  • Area (Sq/km): 22.148
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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