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Flat Rock In Autumn || BLUE MOUNTAINS | by rhyspope
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Flat Rock In Autumn || BLUE MOUNTAINS

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From Sydney:

95kms · 89 mins by car · 111 mins by train

Quick Stats:

5,650 population · 867m elevation


Wentworth Falls is one of the most beautiful towns within the Blue Mountains offering possibly the most spectacular bushwalks and views. Originally called ‘Weatherboard’ after the ‘Weatherboard Hut’ built in 1814, one year later the town was named ‘Jamison’s Valley’ by Governor Macquarie.


In July 1867 the historic first railway journey in the Blue Mountains left Penrith station and travelled through to Weatherboard Station where the train terminated. It wasn’t until 1879 that the name was changed to Wentworth Falls in honour of William Charles Wentworth, one of the three famous explorers. When travelling from Bullaburra to Wentworth Falls you ascend Boddington Hill.

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Taken on March 27, 2012