Local government area for Megalong Valley, NSW

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Megalong Valley is in the local government area of 'Blue Mountains'. The 'Blue Mountains' local government area is classified as a 'City'.

The Blue Mountains local government area includes around 50 cities, towns, villages and localities including Wentworth Falls (pop. around 18,000), Katoomba (pop. around 18,000), Lawson (pop. around 10,000), Hazelbrook (pop. around 10,000), Blackheath (pop. around 4,100), Mount Victoria (pop. around 870), Yellow Rock (pop. around 590), Medlow Bath (pop. around 500), Hawkesbury Heights (pop. around 390), Explorers Range, Govetts Leap, Mount Wilson, Kedumba Crossing, Kedumba Valley, Leura, Jamison Valley, Hayes Crossing, Cedar Valley, Bell and Hartley Vale.

A local government area (abbreviated as 'LGA') is an area controlled by a local government. Local government areas can provide a useful way to group statistical information.

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Picture of / about 'Megalong Valley' New South Wales - View from Hargraves Lookout 1
View from Hargraves Lookout 1
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Megalong Valley Weather
43 minutes ago
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Temp35°Cwarming
Feels like30.3°Cwarming
Wind22km/h
W
steady
Rain since 9am0mmN/A
Observation taken 6km
to the east-northeast (highlight point)
23/11/14 2:00PM (EST); 1:00PM (CST); 12:00PM (WST)
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