Mount Victoria

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Mount Victoria is the westernmost town in the Blue Mountains.

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Located 120 km from Sydney and 1043 metres above sea-level.

Map of Mount Victoria

Mount Victoria is on the Great Western Highway, about ten km after Blackheath. It takes approximately 2 hours from Sydney, depending on which road you take, and the traffic conditions. You can reach Mount Victoria from the city by either the Great Western Highway, or by taking Bells Line of Road, then turning south at the Darling Causeway. Mount Victoria is also only fifteen minutes’ drive from Lithgow to the west.

Trains service Mount Victoria Station around every 1-2 hours on the Blue MountainsLithgow route. The station is on Station Street, from there it is a short uphill walk to the main shops and highway.

There are many lovely walks and climbs around the village with stunning views over the valleys. These can be accessed from Mount Piddington Road, Victoria Street and Grandview Street.

  • The Historical Museum (at the railway station), +61 2 4787-1210. The museum is open weekends, public holidays (except Christmas Day and Good Friday) and school holidays from 2PM – 5PM.. Displays equipment and artefacts from the very early settlement days of the region. 

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