Medlow Bath is as high as you can get in the famous Blue Mountains of New South Wales. It's situated at a height of 1050 metres above Sydney which is located 150 kilometres away. The relaxing township of Katoomba is situated just five kilometres away, making Medlow Bath accommodation a great choice for holiday makers looking for a relaxing break in stunning surrounds.
A Luxury Resort Of The 1900's
One of the most notable and majestic buildings in the Blue Mountains is at Medlow Bath. The Hydro Majestic Hotel was once a bustling hotel, and while it's not presently in use, it's a great place to begin a stroll around the township, surrounded by thick eucalyptus forest. Choosing to stay in Medlow Bath holiday rentals allows travellers easy access to these beautiful sights and relaxing scenery.
Bushwalking Around Medlow Bath
Leading out from the Hydro Majestic Hotel is a network of old walking tracks, constructed in the old hotels prime, they take you to the great Megalong Valley escarpment. Although decades old, they still offer fantastic opportunities for genuine natural bushwalks and wonderful views of the Megalong Valley. A track, upgraded considerably in the 1980's, is known as Bruce's Walk. It's located not far from Medlow Bath and at the edge of the huge Blue Mountains National Park, an internationally listed World Heritage Area. More bushwalking tracks are available down the Rutland Road that take you past magnificent views of Govetts Gorge on the way to Point Pilcher.
The area around your Medlow Bath accommodation in the Blue Mountains is one of the few places left in the world where you can leave all thoughts of civilisation behind. If you'd prefer guided walks you head off to Katoomba, only five kilometres away. Here you'll find guided tours for half a day, full day, or overnight on various spectacular wilderness tracks graded to cater for all fitness levels. Small groups and individuals are equally looked after.
The Blue Mountain Railway
Medlow Bath, on the Blue Mountains Railway, boasts a historic railway station that was once the areas key transportation site. On the other side of the railway line is the original Medlow Bath post office. It's now a book and antique shop. You can also get some local information in the old premises along with a light meal and a coffee.
Medlow Bath Home Rentals
When you're looking for quality Central Tableland accommodation you won't get better than Medlow Bath home rentals as this is the best way to enjoy quality accommodation where you have plenty of room in a true holiday home with access to your own amenities. Medlow Bath is a mountain town that's ideal for people who love the Australian bush, a town among the gum trees with the sound of kookaburras laughing to wake you each morning.