Mount Victoria is an historic village at the western edge of the Blue Mountains, located north-west of Blackheath.
The small town centre is located at the junction of the Great Western Highway and Station Street. Along Station Street are some of Mount Victoria's oldest buildings which date back to the late 1800s, giving the town its charm of yesteryear.
Less than one kilometre from the centre of town is One Tree Hill which is the highest point in the Blue Mountains. Just south of that point is Mount Piddington and a lookout offering fine views across mountain ranges, forests and farmland.
Just to the west of of town, heading towards Lithgow is Victoria Pass where the highway makes a steep descent down the mountain side crossing a narrow ridge. Near the start of this descent is Mitchells Ridge Reserve where a couple of lookouts provide scenic views.
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