Discover a selection of 500 holiday home rentals in Blue Mountains, AU that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Stayz holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including fireplace and pool. Prices start at AU$ 121 per night, and cabins and holiday houses are popular options for a stay in Blue Mountains. Either way, you'll find holiday accommodation for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Explore nature with Blue Mountains farm stays

The Blue Mountains region of New South Wales is known for its dramatic scenery, rainforest-covered mountains, eucalyptus forests, cascading waterfalls, colourful gardens and rock formations. Your Blue Mountains farm stay accommodation will allow you to easily travel to places like the iconic Three Sisters rock formation where you can enjoy a panoramic mountain view. It will place you near the Scenic Skyway glass cable car ride, or you can walk the Leura Cascades Picnic Area where you can see waterfalls empty into cool, natural pools surrounded by lush forests. All of this and more is just steps from Blue Mountains farmhouses.

Things to do

Sightseeing near Blue Mountains holiday rentals

All aboard! Soak up the breathtaking mountain views with a ride on a passenger railway or a glass-floored cable car that sails high above a gorge. For a less nerve wracking foray into nature, set out for a leisurely stroll through the lush grounds of the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden in the village of Mount Tomah. If you have culture vultures staying in your Blue Mountains vacation rental, make sure you pay a visit to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre in Katoomba, which features dance performances and artwork by Aboriginal artists from across Australia.

Activities

What to do near Blue Mountains holiday homes

Get ready to get moving! Hikers hit the jackpot in the Blue Mountains, where trails range from easy loop trails, to challenging three-day tours. One of the most popular trails in the mountains gives you an up-close view of the region's iconic Three Sisters sandstone rock formation. The mountains are also a popular spot for rock climbing and rappelling. If you're in search of something more relaxing, head to the village of Leura, known for its art galleries and shops, before retreating to your Blue Mountains vacation rental for a good night's sleep.

Weather

Best time to travel to Blue Mountains holiday homes

The weather in the Blue Mountains varies based on elevation, with the lower villages experiencing overall warmer conditions. Katoomba, the mountain range's largest town, sits at 1,010 metres and offers very mild summers, with daytime highs averaging around 22 degrees. During winter, the highs rarely top 10 degrees and evening lows can drop into the negative range. Snow is rare although the mountains usually get a dusting of powder about two to three times a year. The Blue Mountains can get pretty damp at higher elevations, garnering about 105 centimetres of rainfall each year.

Natural highlights

Barking up the right tree – exploring dense mountain forests

The lush landscape of the Blue Mountains includes everything from babbling creeks and rushing waterfalls, to sprawling valleys and jagged sandstone plateaus. Trees play a major role in the region as well. Enjoy a peaceful stroll through the famed Corridor of Oaks, an area featuring trees planted by Australian Prime Ministers, and the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, home to the area's iconic Wollemi pines. You'll even find natural wonders below the surface of the Blue Mountains. Take a tour of the Jenolan Caves and you'll see a dizzying array of dramatic stalactites and underground rivers.

Family friendly

Family-friendly activities near Blue Mountains holiday rentals

Families with children will have no shortage of things to do in Blue Mountains. Holiday homes are close to places like Scenic World, a mountainous locale with cable car rides and railways for unique views of the landscape, and the Leura Cascades Picnic Area, a recreation area with a network of walking tracks to small waterfalls and cliff views. Kids will also like the Glowworm Tunnel Road, an old railway tunnel with resident glow worms that illuminate it.

Good for couples

Couple's retreat near Blue Mountains holiday homes

Couples will love the romantic locations in Blue Mountains. Holiday rentals are available near places like Three Sisters, a clifftop lookout point with views of landmark sandstone peaks, and Wentworth Falls, a scenic destination with rigorous trails leading to a hidden waterfall. You’ll also like Echo Point Plaza, a lookout with sweeping views of the mountains and valley.

How many holiday accommodation are available around Blue Mountains?

Our 2021 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 620 holiday rentals around Blue Mountains. From 153 cabins to 538 holiday houses, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay around Blue Mountains is on Stayz.