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A live streaming PTZ of the famous Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls, Jamison Valley, Skyway and Cableway Cable cars.

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Katoomba is the chief town of the City of Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia and the administrative headquarters of Blue Mountains City Council. It lies at Lat: 33:42:41S (33.7114) Lon: 150:18:14E (150.3039) elevation 1030 metres on the Great Western Highway 110 kilometres west of Sydney and has a station on the Main Western line. It is well known for spectacular mountain views and extensive bush and nature walks in the surrounding Blue Mountains range. Ka-toom-ba is Aboriginal for "shining falling water" and takes its name from a waterfall that drops into the Jamison Valley below the Harry's Amphitheatre escarpment. Previously, the site was known as William's Chimney and Collett's Swamp. In 1874 the locality was named The Crushers after the name of the railway station that served a nearby quarry. The name Katoomba was adopted in 1877 and the town achieved municipality status in 1889. Tourism: Katoomba's main industry is tourism based on spectacular mountain scenery. The ... Read more about Katoomba on Wikipedia

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