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Phantom Falls

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PHANTOM FALLS

Phantom Falls is a mysterious weather phenomenon

that is colloquially known as Phantom Falls, and can

occur in all seasons. However, it is more common in

Autumn and Spring.

In the Blue Mountains, it's mostly seen over Narrow

Neck, Katoomba, and it is frequently seen over Kings

Tableland, Wentworth Falls.

They occur when the rising sun warms the air in the

Jamison Valley and that draws the cooler air in the

Megalong Valley up and over Narrow Neck. It can also

occur when a cloud mass sitting on Narrow Neck or

Kings Tableland plateau is drawn down to the warmer

air in the valley below.

For the Falls to appear, the weather conditions must

be exact with high humidity. Over Narrow Neck the

Phantom Falls can flow from the Megalong Valley side

or in reverse.

When it happens, there are several places you can

see it including:-

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Narrow Neck Lookout:

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Cliff Drive: (Easiest) w3w.co/stretch.sustain.blank

Cahills Lookout: w3w.co/bladed.incite.political

Boars Head: w3w.co/willingly.signatures.inhaled

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TRACK CLOSURES

National Parks - Council

VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRES

Glenbrook Visitor Information Centre

Great Western Highway, Glenbrook

7 days a week: Mon - Sat 8.30am - 3.30pm and Sun

8.30am - 3pm (closed Christmas Day) 1300 653 408

Echo Point Visitor Information Centre

Echo Point, Katoomba 1300 653 408

7 days a week, 9am - 4pm (closed Christmas Day)

Blue Mountains Heritage Centre, National Parks

Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath 02 4787 8877

Open 9am - 4.30pm daily

Lithgow Visitor Information Centre

1137 Great Western Highway, Lithgow

Tel: 02 6350 3230 - Open 9am - 5pm daily

Oberon Visitors Information Centre

44-48 Ross Street, Oberon

Tel: 02 6329 8210 - Open 9.30am - 5pm daily

Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Years Day

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• Radio Blue Mountains 89.1FM

Community station

• 2LT 900AM (Lithgow)

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Blue Mountains Gazette

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ART EXHIBITION

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CLINTON BARKER - VIBE

5th to 28th November 2022

OPEN: Fri - Sun 11am – 5pm

182-184 Katoomba St,

Katoomba


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Saturday 11am - 5pm

Sunday 11am - 4pm

226 Aspinall Rd, Megalong Valley


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