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The weather in Katoomba
Check out the climate diagram for Katoomba. January is the warmest month of the year in Katoomba with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 30°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Katoomba, with temperatures going under 4°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is May.
Located on the Great Western Highway, about 110km west of Sydney and 39km southeast of Lithgow, Katoomba is the biggest and most-visited town in the Blue Mountains area. Katoomba is also famous for nature and bush walks.
With impressive views, fresh mountain air, great heritage sites, world-class hikes, and stunning canyons and cliffs, Katoomba has something for everyone. A holiday letting in Katoomba will place you close to the many natural attractions this gorgeous town has to offer.
Gastronomical delights of Katoomba
In Katoomba, you'll find a wide range of restaurants and cafés to suit your taste and budget. Jamison Views Restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or a scrumptious à la carte dinner in an ornate setting.
With uninterrupted panoramas across the Jamison Valley, award-winning Darley’s Restaurant serves modern Australian fare. The restaurant is renowned for its innovative cuisine, fresh local produce, and fine wines. Some of the must-try dishes include rabbit roulade, potato tortellini, steamed cod, and pork striploin.
Located on Main Street, Avalon Restaurant and Cocktail Bar combines Art Deco architecture with delicious food, warm service, and stunning views of the Blue Mountains. The extensive menu includes dishes such as slow-roasted lamb, chicken fillets, pulled beef croquettes, and salmon sashimi.
Sights and activities in and around Katoomba
The tranquillity and scenic natural beauty of the Katoomba area have made the town a haven for travellers looking for rest and relaxation. A holiday in Katoomba wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Scenic World.
Jump aboard the aerial cable cars of the Scenic Skyway for a jaw-dropping ride across the Jamison Valley, and admire Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters, and Mount Solitary, or ride the Scenic Railway, the steepest in the world.
The Three Sisters, a fantastic rock formation, is part of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Views of the Three Sisters can be best enjoyed from Echo Point Lookout. Be sure to take the awe-inspiring walk along the Jamison Valley and the famous Giant Stairway at Echo Point.
Alternatively, head to the town Wentworth Falls to check out the stunning waterfalls and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Pack a lunch to enjoy midday at the nearby picnic area.
Festivals to celebrate
Katoomba's Winter Magic Festival, one of its most anticipated community events, is celebrated during the winter solstice. Visitors will have a great time watching as musicians, dancers, magicians, jugglers, gymnasts, and dancers take over one of Australia's most famous towns.
Check out Yulefest, a traditional Christmas celebration held in the Blue Mountains area. Enjoy special roast dinners and spicy mulled wine in a festive atmosphere of mountainscapes and warm fires.
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