Blackheath is a large town of approximately 4,200 population in the beautiful Blue Mountains of New South Wales.

Blackheath has an elevation of 1,025 metres and is just 2 hours by car from Sydney. There is an excellent range of pet friendly accommodation available in Blackheath, amongst a wealth of colonial history dating back to 1831 with lovely old pet friendly Blackheath cottages to stay at, or pet friendly bed and breakfasts that are rich in Blue Mountains and Blackheath history.

The very popular Antique Centre in Blackheath is located in the old Blackheath Victory Theatre and on the outside of the Theatre Blackheath boasts a colourful mural painted in 1985 by members of the Blackheath Local Community on behalf of the Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre and designed by Blackheath artist Jenny Kee.

Blackheath is famous for its annual Rhododendron Festival held in November each year, and the Blackheath surrounding area is filled with natural beauty such as Popes Glen area and there are many breathtaking views and bush walks to experience around Blackheath. Govetts Leap (608 metre high falls) and Evans Lookout provide views of the Grose Valley which is the starting point for the Grand Canyon Walk. You can also begin the Grand Canyon Walk from Neates Glen and visit Beauchamp Falls. Edenderry, Braeside Walk and Hilary Falls are also nearby to Blackheath.

Blackheath has a golf course, sports ground, tennis courts, the Blackheath swimming pool and Blackheath lawn bowls club whilst pet friendly services/businesses in and around Blackheath include dog grooming, boarding kennels, a cattery, pet resort, and a variety of beautiful Blackheath pet friendly accommodation venues including pet friendly cottages, pet friendly self-contained holiday homes and Blackheath pet friendly bed and breakfasts where you are welcome to stay with your pet.

There are many beautiful and relaxing walks around Blackheath where pets are very welcome.

Blackheath is waiting for your visit so please don't disappoint the welcoming Blackheath residents. There is very little doubt that you will fall in love with Blackheath and the beautiful Blue Mountains, so, don't you think it is time you took some time to enjoy what others have before you and head to Blackheath in the very near future.


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