Norwood Mountain Lodge

Blackheath is located near the highest point of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales and offers a wealth of attractions for visitors to this beautiful region. Norwood Mountain Lodge is conveniently located on the Great Western Highway, a few minutes walk from the centre of this picturesque mountain village and the railway station.

Norwood Mountain Lodge was built in 1888 and is heritage listed. The guest house retains many period features, and is brimming with charm, and character. It has a warm and inviting feel with seven cosy guest rooms, a lounge area and dining room with fire places, and is set in a lovely garden of pines and flowering shrubs. 

Our restaurant, called restaurant 1888, specialises in traditional English cuisine. Tasty soups, stews, and roasts served with seasonal vegetables are our staples with an ever changing "blackboard" menu to keep things interesting.

Our Location

Blackheath is located about 120 kilometres (75 miles) west north-west of the Sydney CBD and 11 kilometres (6.8 miles) north-west of Katoomba.

Its altitude is 1065 metres (3,494 feet). It is surrounded by the Blue Mountains National Park. Nearby are views over the Grose Valley from the well known Evan's Lookout and Govett's Leap.

Blackheath has a subtropical highland climate with average monthly temperatures of between -3°C (27°F) and 25°C (77°F). In winter the town receives, on average, two settled snow falls.




Our accommodations

The guest house accomodation consists of a twin room, a double room, four queen rooms, and a king room with five rooms having direct access to the car park. All have air conditioning, TV and a bar fridge.