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Lawson is a town of 2,600 people (2016) in the Blue Mountains near Sydney.

The Anglican Church

Get in[edit]

Lawson is near Hazelbrook and Bullaburra on the A32 road between Springwood and Wentworth Falls.

Blue Mountains Transit route 690K runs from Springwood to Katoomba via Lawson railway station.


Lawson is home to many different bushwalking tracks ranging from easy to hard. Bushwalks include Adelina Falls, Cateract Falls and echo bluff. Walkers must stay to tracks and look for cliffs.

  • 1 Lawson railway station, Loftus Street. A heritage-listed railway station on the Main Western line. The station opened in 1867, and the building dates from 1902. Lawson railway station (Q14934872) on Wikidata Lawson railway station on Wikipedia


Apart from bushwalks, Lawson is home to a skate park, BMX, a 50-m Olympic swimming pool and some small nature and play parks.


Lawson has a small supermarket, a hardware shop, a pub, a bakery, post office/newsagent to name a few. For better shopping go to Katoomba.



Lawson has one pub and one Bottle Shop located in the pub.


Blue Mountain Hotel

Lawson has one hotel and a few B&Bs. Katoomba has more range.


Go next[edit]

This city travel guide to Lawson is a usable article. It has information on how to get there and on restaurants and hotels. An adventurous person could use this article, but please feel free to improve it by editing the page.