Mount York

Mount York is a mountain in the western Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, located approximately 150 kilometres west of Sydney.

Mount York was the point where Gregory Blaxland, William Lawson and William Wentworth viewed the Hartley Valley and the west for the first time, although some Europeans had already reached the valley before them.

Mount York has monuments erected over the years to these men who's combined efforts were needed to bring to fruition the great project of a road across the Blue Mountains to Bathurst.

A picnic and barbecue areas along with excellent lookouts and walks make Mount York a very interesting place.




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