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Price and Availability Index Blue Mountains City Council
Holiday Letting Price Information in the Blue Mountains
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in the Blue Mountains. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in the Blue Mountains is in June (08/06 - 15/06). You can find some of the best deals during a week of February (09/02 - 16/02). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in the Blue Mountains
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in the Blue Mountains. It is in July that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (06/07 - 13/07). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in September (01/09 - 08/09).
The weather in the Blue Mountains
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. July is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 4°. May is the driest month.
Venture into Australia's Blue Mountains from your holiday letting
Australia's Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage region, places at the top of many bucket lists. Its thick eucalyptus canopy emits a fine mist of oil that creates this mountain range’s trademark haze. Holiday cottages here offer easy access to sandstone formations, Aboriginal engravings, and bushwalks.
In the charming suburb of Leura, Silk's Brasserie is a longstanding institution. The brasserie serves up modern Australian fare in semi-formal ambience. Warm your cockles at Vesta, a wood-fired bakery that has been around for over a century. The bistro serves homemade charcuterie and local wine to its enthusiastic patrons.
Mountains and valleys
The number-one sight to see in the Blue Mountains is the Three Sisters. Legend has it that a sorcerer transformed three sisters into stone to protect them, but died before he could turn them back. The 500-meter trail to their summit provides some peerless panoramas.
Gaze out over Blue Mountains National Park, a vast expanse of world-class wilderness. There are over 140km of walking trails to explore in the park, so have your hiking gear handy. While its terrain shifts between dense woodland and craggy escarpments, its diversity of wildlife and brilliant vistas are consistent.
Ancient rock art and accessible caves
The limestone Jenolan Caves are one of the most accessible and extensive in the entire world. Named Binoomea, meaning 'dark places', by the Gundungurra tribe, the remarkable caverns are over 400 million years old.
If you’re seeking even more outdoor adventure, visit the Wollemi National Park. It is the state's largest forest, at about 5,000 square kilometres. The rare Wollemi pine tree is sequestered in this wilderness, as is a huge gallery of Aboriginal rock art.
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