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Distance & Driving times from major cities
Sydney to Wentworth Falls
1.40 hours 95km
Canberra to Wentworth Falls
4.70 hours 335km
Closest Capital City:
Sydney 102kms
Closest Airport:
Sydney 109kms
Activities: Golf, Tennis Bush Walking, Abseiling, Dining Out, Swimming, Canyoning, Special events and festivals, Yuletide festival
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About Wentworth Falls

Wentworth Falls is one of the major villages in the Blue Mountains. It is known for its magnificent scenery, charm and bushwalking tracks. Originally it was called Weatherboard after a weatherboard hut built in 1814. In 1879 that the name was changed to Wentworth Falls in honour of William Charles Wentworth, who, along with Blaxland and Lawson, succeeded in the first crossing of the Blue Mountains in 1813.
In 1826 William Boyles built an inn that became known as the ‘Weatherboard Inn'. In 1836 Charles Darwin stopped briefly at the Inn, as did numerous other famous travellers.

Wentworth Falls Lake has swimming and a picnic area. The surrounding Blue Mountains National Park also provides numerous picnic spots. Wentworth Falls is an ideal location for introducing the family to bush walking. From Wentworth Falls Picnic Area, a short 1 km walk to Princes Rock Lookout provides magnificent views of the Falls, Jamison Valley and Kings Tableland. Longer walks will take you into the valley below. The bird life around the Falls is prolific. The National Parks and Wildlife Service have prepared a booklet that details the walking tracks in the area.

On Blaxland Road the golf enthusiast can enjoy a round on the 18-hole golf course located at the Wentworth Falls Country Club.


Wentworth Falls hosts several festivals, including the Wentworth Falls Lake Regatta in February, the Autumn Festival in April, and the Wentworth Falls Public School Art and Craft Show in May.

Places to visit

Falls Gallery
Beautifully located in a large mountain garden this restored weatherboard cottage displays art work by artists like of Arthur Boyd and Charles Blackman.

Grand View Hotel
The original Hotel was built during the tourism boom in 1883. The present building on the Great Western Highway was completed in 1930.

Kings Tableland Observatory
This astronomical observatory is located on Hordern Rd off Tablelands Rd. There is a flat screen planetarium and two modern telescopes. Solar viewing is available on Saturdays and Sundays, weather permitting.

McMahon's Lookout
Accessible only by 4wd via a 20 km side road off Tableland Rd the lookout offers excellent views over the waters of Lake Burragorang.

Wentworth Falls Antique Centre
Browse amongst antiques, furniture, collectables, memorabilia, and decorative arts. The centre is located in the Wentworth Falls village and boasts that it is the most beautiful antique centre in the mountains!

Wentworth Falls Lake
Situated in Sinclair Crescent North, off the Great Western Highway, Wentworth Falls Lake was originally created by damming Jamison Creek to form a reservoir for the railway. It is now a popular picnic spot with swimming, ducks, geese, a children's adventure playground and barbecue facilities.

Yester Grange
Unfortunately no longer open to the public, Yester Grange is a Victorian country house built in 1890 by the retired sea captain John Smith.


The spring air is fresh and crisp with the average temperature around 15 degrees Celsius.

Summer brings warm days with the occasional cool night. The temperature in the mountains ranges from cool and damp on the forest floors to hot and dry on the plateaus. The summer temperature averages 22 degrees.

Autumn is a wonderful time in the Blue Mountains with a magnificent display of autumn leaves.

During winter the region receives the occasional snowfall turning it into a magical winter playground. The temperature at night can drop as low as -8 degrees Celsius and can rise to a maximum of 18 degrees during the day. The average temperature for winter is 10 degrees.

Mountain weather can be unpredictable and anyone hiking through this area should be prepared for all conditions as one may experience quite rapid changes in weather, regardless of the season.

Getting there

By Car
From Sydney the Blue Mountains can be approached either

  • Via Great Western Highway (M4). This is the most direct route and it is only a 90 minute drive from Sydney to the centre of the Blue Mountains region.
  • Via the Bells Line of Road through Windsor and Richmond. This road was named after the explorer Archibald Bell, who navigated the route in 1823.

By Train
Trains to the Blue Mountains depart Sydney's Central Station hourly. The trip from Sydney to Katoomba takes approximately 2 hours. Trains to Central station can be accessed directly from Sydney airport.

By Coach
Several coach companies offer services to the Blue Mountains. There are also shuttle services available from Sydney Airport and the Sydney Metropolitan Area to and from all Blue Mountains accommodation.


Wentworth Falls offers a wide range of accommodation types including charming cosy guesthouses, cottages, bed and breakfasts, and houses.

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