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The weather in the Blue Mountains
Find the Blue Mountains City Council climate diagram. January is the warmest month in the Blue Mountains with average maximum temperatures of 30°. July is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 4°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is May.
Enjoy a charming getaway with holiday cottages in Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains are a rugged mountain range and UNESCO World Heritage area located about 100km from Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. The mountain range gets its name from the distinctive blue haze created by thick eucalyptus forests in this area - tiny droplets of oil emitted from the eucalyptus trees mix with sunlight and water vapour to produce the bluish mist.
Here you will find numerous accommodation options including self-catering holiday homes, luxury apartments, and cottages featuring a great list of amenities such as private pool, fireplace, patio, kitchen and more. Hike the 140km of walking trails, admire the scenic bushland, explore the underground caves and discover the Aboriginal culture before retiring to a cosy holiday letting in the Blue Mountains surrounded by wilderness.
Be enchanted by nearly 4000 square miles of sandstone cliffs, canyons, tall forests, and waterfalls that make up the incredible Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains offer some of the region’s most dazzling natural attractions.
Culinary highlights of the Blue Mountains
When it comes to the food scene in the Blue Mountains, there’s something for everyone. Located on Great Western Highway, the Hydro Majestic is one of the iconic art deco hotels in the area.
Dining options include the Salon Du The, offering an Asian-inspired menu that features salt-and-pepper calamari, prawn parcels, Buffalo wings and more. The Wintergarden serves a wide array of authentic local dishes including roasted blue eye cod, kangaroo fillet and Soba noodles.
Leura Garage in the scenic suburb of Leura is a funky restaurant offering stone-baked pizzas, a menu inspired by the Mediterranean and fresh local produce. Bakehouse in Blackheath is an organic bakery and café provides tempting cakes, mouth-watering gourmet pies, and organic sourdoughs.
Silk’s Brasserie in Leura is the perfect choice for lunch or dinner with its intimate and warm atmosphere. The restaurant serves modern Australian fare such as Silk’s Panaché Salad, slow-braised beef cheeks, and Tasmanian salmon fillet.
The cultural and arts scene in and around the Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains region is known for its diverse art and culture scene, which complement the gorgeous natural surroundings of the area. Situated at Echo Point, The Waradah Aboriginal Centre celebrates Aboriginal culture, artworks and hosts interactive didgeridoo performances by Aboriginal dancers in traditional costume.
Nestled in the quaint mountain village of Leura, Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms houses the most extensive collection of teapots in the world. The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre in Katoomba is a must-see during your stay in the Blue Mountains.
It is one of the leading art galleries in New South Wales and offers exhibition programs featuring local and national artists. Aitkens Australia in the Round is a one-of-a-kind gallery, which displays a collection of amazing painted panorama featuring famous Australian attractions.
Braemar Gallery is a community gallery and exhibition venue, which showcases artworks of regional and local artists. In your holiday apartment in the Blue Mountains, you have a perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring the region's cultural offerings.
Sights to explore and things to do
A holiday in the Blue Mountains wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Scenic World at Katoomba. Hop onto the glass-topped cable cars of the Scenic Skyway for a heart-stopping ride across the Jamison Valley.
Here you can enjoy the views of the Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls, and Mount Solitary. Scenic World also has the Scenic Railway, the world’s steepest passenger railway, descending over 400m down the mountain.
Part of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Region, the Three Sisters is an incredible rock formation, which can be best viewed from Echo Point Lookout. Jenolan Caves offer one of Australia’s finest cave systems, where you can explore show caves, fantastic rock formations, and underground rivers.
Located at Mount Tomah, the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is a must-see for nature enthusiasts. The cool-climate garden is home to thousands of plants from across the globe, and also provides stunning views of the surrounding landscape.
Events and festivals in the Blue Mountains
The magical winter season (June, July and August) is time for Yulefest in the Blue Mountains. Enjoy scenic mountain valleys, spicy mulled wine, traditional roast dinners and crackling log fires with all the festive cheer. The Leura Gardens Festival celebrates cold climate gardening in the Blue Mountains.
Mayfield Garden Spring Festival provides visitors an opportunity to experience the expansive privately owned garden beyond Mayfield Garden. Enjoy the dazzling spring colours across over 64 hectares of manicured garden, with great food and kids’ activities.
The Blue Mountains Music Festival of Folk, Roots and Blues is an annual music festival that features eight performance venues hosting the best of folk, blues, roots and indie music artists against the scenic views of Katoomba and its surroundings.
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