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The weather in the Blue Mountains
This graph shows the yearly weather forecast in the Blue Mountains. In January maximum temperatures go higher than 30°. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. Bring your umbrella in January, the rainiest month of the year!
Swim in rainbow-filled falls near your Blue Mountains holiday home
Your holiday apartment is set in the midst of the stunningly beautiful Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Find out why this area of Australia is considered of global importance today.
Why not listen to stories told by Aboriginal Darug guides. Learn about the legend of the Three Sisters and discover ancient ceremonial sites. Discover the 12,000-year-old Aboriginal site Lyrebird Dell, and the stencils at Red Hands Cave.
Take a turn around the Botanic Garden, where thousands of plants from around the world bloom. Explore the formal gardens, see rare species like the Wollemi Pine, and look out on scenic views from the cool climate garden. At the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Exhibition Centre, you can learn more about why this area is so special.
See the world differently
Your entire family will love Scenic World in Katoomba. Here, you can take in the views from the Scenic Railway, the world's steepest railway, which rolls for 400 metres down the mountain face.
Alternatively, ride the Scenic Skyway gondola across Jamison Valley. From here, you can see Three Sisters, a stunning formation of rocks that's also one of the most visited attractions in the Blue Mountains.
Glow worms and cave concerts
Explore 140 kilometres of hiking trails through idyllic bushland, wondering at natural rock formations and uncovering subterranean caves of wonders. Why not follow the 1884 trail from Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves on horseback? Eleven stunning caves are full of underground rivers and miraculous rock formations. Monthly cave concerts have a very special ambiance.
It's a quick one mile walk along Princes Rock to the lookout over Wentworth Falls, Kings Tableland and Mount Solitary. Don't miss out on the thrilling Wolgan Valley and Glow Worm Cave Walk offered by Life's an Adventure tour company. You can also explore the blue Mountains by hopping on the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus or Trolley Tours.
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