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Linden, NSW

Other information available from: Echo Point Visitor Information Centre Katoomba. Open: 9.00am – 5.00pm daily. Linden is 526 metres above sea level. In 1874 a private platform named ‘Linden’ was opened to serve nearby Linden house. It became public in 1882. Linden’s earlier names were ’17 Mile Hollow (referring to its distance from Emu Plains), ‘Linden Tank’ and ‘Henderson’s Platform’. Notable historical features of Linden are Caley’s Repulse, Kings Cave, Donohoe’s Headstone, the remnants of Cox’s road and Linden observatory.

Bull’s Camp, named after Lt. John Bull, is situated between Linden and Woodford. At the rear of Bull’s Camp are two cells cut out of rock (folklore has it that these were places of punishment) and a grooved stone, known as the “Flogging Stone”.
For more information contact:

Echo Point Visitor Information Centre
Ph: 1300 653 408
Open: 9am to 5pm Daily (closed Christmas Day)

Nearest Airport: SYDNEY

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About Linden

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Linden Postcode: 2778
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Blue Mountains
  • Latitude: -33.71553
  • Longitude: 150.50448
  • Elevation: 530m
  • Population: 501
  • Median Income: $42848
  • Area (Sq/km): 13.733
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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