Mount Victoria is the highest town in the Blue Mountains and is a small township. It is the westernmost village in the City of Blue Mountains, located about 120 kilometres by road from the Sydney central business district.
Surrounded by bushland, Mount Victoria boasts some easy trails to lookouts over neighbouring valleys. From Mount Piddington, walk to Hornes Point for incredible views over the Kanimbla Valley; or take the winding track to Fairy Bower Reserve. At Mount York there is a monument to early explorers; while nearby, Berghofer’s Pass – the original route for motor cars tackling the descent into the Hartley Valley – is an easy walk of historical significance.
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