Sun Valley is an habitat locality in the state of New South Wales, Australia in the City of Blue Mountains. The area known as Sun Valley lies with Warrimoo and Valley Heights in the degrade mountains and has a loads of historical and geological significance.
Dating from the to the lead Jurassic period, this extinct volcanic make public was inhabited by local Aborigines for thousands of years. Dharug and Gundungurra people were thought to have originally crossed and occupied the area. Stone artefacts and cave art have been found in the valley.
Sun Valley, named thus in the 1960s to coincide taking into account the residential subdivision, has also on top of time been known as The Valley, Fitzgerald’s Valley, Valley Flats and Deane’s Valley and was used in the 1800s as a necessary stopover for explorers crossing the Great Dividing Range. The creeks, rich soil, open plant and native grassland atmosphere was ideal for the farming, grazing and logging conducted in these times. The valley was next roamed by wild brumbies and is renowned for its magnificent stands of mountain blue paste trees, pretty mood and walking tracks in and not far-off off from Long Angle Gully and the historical “Warrimoo Pool” site. European relics dating support to the beforehand 1800s are known to exist roughly speaking the mountains.
In the mid 1900s the area was heavily used by bushwalking clubs and scout groups.
To this hours of daylight Sun Valley remains a small, semi-rural community incorporating a pony club, a local fabricate store and supporting a vital flame trail system used to protect the area.
31°55′54″S 150°57′04″E / 31.93167°S 150.95111°E