Katoomba Town Centre Motel

218 - 224 Katoomba St, Katoomba, 2780, Australia
Katoomba Town Centre
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Travel Tips for Katoomba

Mural

by iandsmith

Murals are a thing that have evolved in towns in Australia over the last 20 years. Yes, there were some before in various places but they have proliferated to a degree from towards the end of the 20th century. The first one pictured here really caught my eye. For me it captured the essence of the Blue Mountains, those wondrous cliffs. I also loved the colours the artist used.
The other one is fairly self descriptive but nonetheless still a nice rendition.
Both of these you can spy in the main shopping centre towards the top of the hill.

Zig Zag Railway to Hogwarts

by volarevolare

Want to see what's been done to maintain an old railway line?

This Zig Zag railway used to function as a coal-miners carrier train, transporting the coal mined.

But it's since been 'retired' from its official duties and now serves as a leisurely ride through the hills and also as a themed ride for Harry Potter fans as well as Thomas the Train.

Re-inventing itself, the Zig Zag Railway has ensured it's continued existence.

The Blue Mountains

by chrisoc

They are called the blue mountains because on a clear day you can easily see the blue mist from the eucalyptous rising into the air. The Blue Mountain range is huge and consists of many different types of activities. Here you can hike, climb, walk, bird watch, swim, bike and you can take a ride on the train which takes you on a steep decent down the mountain. dont fancy the walk back up? then why not take the skyrail back to the top, giving excellent opportunity for spectacular views.

OR THE SCENISCENDER CABLE CAR

by BerniShand

this is a great cable car, you get wonderful views all around as the windows are down to the floor
it goes down 220 metres into the valley and is suitable for wheelchair access, the journey down takes approximately three minutes, and it is Australias steepest passenger carrying cable car
you can walk along the boardwalk at the bottom to the Scenic Railway to return if you wish

Grand Canyon

by iandsmith

I hit the trail well before 7 a.m. The wind was brisk and the red sunrise foretold of a day that was not going to be totally benign. A quick glance at the view across Grose Valley from Evans Lookout into the mist tinged floor and I began the descent, initially on the old stone stairs and then on the new, solid, almost shiny, rock stepping stones whose absence had caused the trail to be closed for months.
I moved through the wildflowers, predominantly yellow, purple and white, and the matchstick straight eucalypts and coachwood that were such a contrast to their bent and gaunt counterparts atop the wind ravaged plateau. Water was trickling through the small gully beside the track, gurgling with delight that the remnants of yesterday’s violent storm had given it life. The greater the number of steps the more the chasm narrowed; ferns became a dominant vegetation in this world where light has but a fleeting presence.
After half an hour I came to the intersection where you can go straight ahead to Beauchamp Falls or right to the Grand Canyon and Neates Glen. The former option was closed so it wasn’t really an option at all.
It’s also where two streams meet. Stepping across the stony creek bed I picked up the track again and pushed on into the surreal world of the Blue Mountains canyons.
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Address: 218 - 224 Katoomba St, Katoomba, 2780, Australia