National Park Blue Mountains

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The National Park Blue Mountains is a national park in New South Wales (Australia), located 81 km west of Sydney in the Blue Mountains region of the Grand Cordillera divider. It is part of the vast area of the Blue Mountains, part of World Heritage Sites in Australia, according to UNESCO.
His name is due to the large number of eucalyptus trees that are in the area, which at its oil off the air producing a bluish haze.
It is a park visited by some three million people each year. Some just walk the promontories of limestone forest and blue. Others reach the peak of some mountain valley in mountain biking along a network of roads dating from the Victorian era.
The park protects a wide variety of vegetation. There are populations of rare plants and ancient as well as individual animals, trapped by the deep gorges.
The nearest town is Katoomba.

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