Mount Riverview is a town off the Great Western Highway about 2 km NE of Blaxland in the Lower Blue Mountains, New South Wales, 70 kilometres west of Sydney, Australia. At the 2006 census, Mount Riverview had a population of 2,993 people.
Mount Riverview offers some stunning views over the Sydney area, including views of Centrepoint Tower some 55 kilometres away. It has a general store, two churches, a wood turning and woodcraft centre, a public school, tennis courts, a water tank, a Chinese restaurant, two parks and a local fire brigade under the jurisdiction of the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.
Mount Riverview has very good access to the surrounding bush, as well as many lookouts with beautiful views of scenery. Walking tracks to Winmalee are also present. Olympic Parade and Elizabeth Rd. are the two main access points. Mount Riverview is part of the Federal Electoral Division of Macquarie (NSW).