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Located just 8 km north of Bell’s Line of Road and 126 km west of Sydney, is the basalt capped ridge Mount Wilson, a charming village in the Blue Mountains, with many beautiful cold climate gardens nestled in the Australian bush.

The best time to visit is during spring or autumn. At these times many of the locals open their gardens to the public, with some of the gardens over 100 years old. A great place for a leisurely stroll, children will love it during the autumn, playing in the thick blanket of fallen autumn leaves.

Check out Mt Wilson’s Church Avenue, Queen’s Avenue and The Avenue with their rows of plane, limes, elms, beeches, liquidambars and pink cherries trees.

Playing in the autumn leaves, Mount Wilson.Mount Wilson is also less than 25 km from another spectacular garden, the Mount Tomah Botanic Garden. With it's spectacular views, it offers much to see at all year round and a great place for friends, lovers and the entire family to spend the day. There are picnic areas, cascading falls, water features, a variety of walks passing through a variety of cool climate plants and trees, all against a mountain range backdrop.

Today, the village of Mount Wilson is famous for the fact that between 1912 and 1937 Patrick White’s parents lived in a house called Withycombe, that still stands and is located on the corner of The Avenue and Church Avenue. In his book “Flaws in the Glass”, White recalled his time at Mount Wilson in terms of “gullies crackling with smoky silence, rocks threatening to explode, pools so cold that the breath was cut off inside your ribs as you hung suspended like the corpse of a pale frog”.

Check out our listing of Mount Wilson accommodation and Blue Mountains accommodation. As well as our listed travel guide info, In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Mount Wilson Attractions

The Cathedral of Ferns
• A section of rainforest along Mount Irvine Road, where there is a “giant tree” and huge tree ferns (sassafras), and a range of eucalypts and coachwood trees. Cathedral of Ferns and Waterfalls Picnic Ground offer great views and is a good picnic spot.
Great Gardens of the World: Yengo Sculpture Gardens
• Queens Avenue, MOUNT WILSON NSW 2786
• Ph: +61 2 4756 2002 (Peter/Ann) • Fax: +61 247 562 051 • Email
• Welcome to one of Australia's oldest, most fascinating and most rewarding gardens Yengo Sculpture Gardens. You can get in touch with Peter or Ann at Yengo Sculpture Gardens, details above.
Wynne’s Rocks Lookout
• Can be reached via Queen’s Avenue and Wynne’s Rocks Road. It is named after Richard Wynne, an early settler, and has great views across the Blue Mountains.
 
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