Katoomba street, the main street of Katoomba, is just around the corner, making it leisurely convenient to pick-up some groceries (Aldi, Coles, BigW, Woolworths, etc) or enjoy a great coffee in one of the many funky cafes of the village.
Our multilingual staff at the reception can provide you with great advice about where to go and how to plan your visit to the Blue Mountains. We know all the most popular bushwalks and can assist the adventurous ones with planning your outdoor activities within the vast national parks that are right on our doorstep.
The spectacular scenery of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area surrounds the historic town of Katoomba. Scenic and secluded, Katoomba offers a change of pace to life in the city – giving you an opportunity to relax, unwind and recharge. It also provides a base from which you can explore the rest of the Blue Mountains region. Visit the Echo Point Lookout to truly appreciate the beauty of this area with its famous blue haze that emits from the vast eucalypt forests.
Why miss out on the thrill of a skyway, cableway, or railway ride at Scenic World Blue Mountains for 360-degree views of the magnificent Jamison Valley. Savour uninterrupted views of iconic landmarks including the Three Sisters, Mount Solitary and Katoomba Falls aboard the Scenic Cableway or gaze down into the valley below through the electro-glass flooring of the Scenic Skyway. Make your way down to the forest floor with a ride on the world’s steepest passenger railway, the Scenic Railway, and find yourself at the starting point of the Scenic Walkway, a family friendly elevated boardwalk that weaves its way through spectacular Jurassic era rainforest.