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When visitors to the Blue Mountains think of attractions to see in Katoomba, they usually think of the natural wonder of the Three Sisters and the vast green valleys below. However a new attraction has opened at Katoomba, which is a feast for the eyes of a different kind.

A laneway in Katoomba has been transformed from a little frequented and dingey alley, into a popular and colourful passageway for tourists, who flock to the area to view the works of talented street artists from around the world in the Katoomba Street Art Walk.

Blue Mountains Star Gazing Tours

A new kind of tourist is making their way to the Blue Mountains, where they can enjoy the best of both worlds - being immersed in the wilderness of the valleys by day, and gazing up at the wondrous stars in clear skies by night.


Art lovers will be delighted to discover the range of art galleries and establishments exhibiting and celebrating art in the Blue Mountains region. These range from volunteer-run galleries in Historic Houses & abondoned shops, to the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. The Blue Mountains play host to various artistic events such a Sculpture at Scenic World and Blue Mountains Arts Trail.

So make a day of gallery hopping in the Blue Mountains to experience the diversity of creativity in the region, as well as get a fix of history, culture, and art buying too along the way.


The Blue Mountains are home to a vast range of spectacular natural wonders throughout the region. From exploring underground cave walks at Jenolan Caves to apple picking in Bilpin, the Blue Mountains have something for everyone. Artistic and Cultural experiences are enhanced by great food and wine in the region.

 We have put together a list of some of the amazing attractions the Blue Mountains have to offer, all within a short jaunt from your chosen accommodation.

Bushwalking is a pastime that inspires thousands of people to visit the Blue Mountains each year. Yet, the World Heritage National Park is so vast that on many of these amazing bushwalks you could feel like you are the only one out in the wilderness.

We have compiled a collection of videos from avid bushwalker Chris Osborne to give you a different perspective on some of the Blue Mountains more iconic, and lesser-known bushwalks.

Sculpture at Scenic World 2015

From the 15th April to the 10th May this autumn, the boardwalk at the floor of the Jamison Valley in Katoomba will take visitors on a journey of artistic enjoyment as it weaves its way through the rainforest.

33 accomplished artists will be exhibiting their sculptural works this year, featuring international artists from New Zealand, The Netherlands, Japan



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