Great quad copter footage by Ashley De Souza flying from the Entrance and Blue Bay.
Brendan Wacher made this documentary as a short solo project in 2014. Not only is the factory itself an amazing piece of history, but its influence on the town of Lithgow was also very interesting. Multiple streets around the factory were named after weapons, and there had been some quite heavy anti-aircraft guns around Lithgow… Read More »
A stroll around red Ochre Beach in Munmorah SCA on a misty morning by Peter Dunn.
Ask Roz Lake Macquarie – PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WEEK – Stephen Carter. From the age of 9yrs, Steve has been captivated by photography, his early interest getting serious at 17 when he took a senior high school photography course, learning the foundations of his trade such as light, composition, developing and the use of SLR… Read More »
It’s great to progress by the NPWS on the walking track upgrade from the Tourist Information Crentre, Katoomba to the 3 Sisters. The new track is due to open in mid 2015. This morning pre sunrise a team were already at work. Great to see. #NPWS #AskRozBlueMountains #3Sisters #EchoPoint
Woy Woy: the Venice of Australia: In this 1934 film by Claude Flemming, a couple make a trip to Woy Woy by train and visit the various attractions, such as the Bowling Club, Memorial Park, and Ettalong Beach. The wonderful scenery, beaches, mountains, and fishing are featured. The narrator tells a little of the history… Read More »
Queensland climber Muriel Patten becomes the first women to climb the First Sister, Katoomba, 1934. Bert Salmon is above her as both solo the climb. With a female climbing culture firmly established in Queensland by the early 1930s, January 1934 saw 16 Queenslanders—including 7 women—travelling to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains on a ‘rock-climbing holiday’.… Read More »
Drivers in the Blue Mountains are being asked to, ‘Slow Down in My Street’ to improve safety for pedestrians, cyclist and motorists. ‘Slow Down in My Street’ is a local road safety project jointly funded by Blue Mountains City Council, and the Roads and Maritime Service (RMS), with support from NSW Police. Mayor, Cr Mark… Read More »
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Blue Mountains breaks Charleston world record – again. The Hydro Majestic Hotel at Medlow Bath hosted another historic milestone when 360 costumed dancers high kicked their way into history to smash their own Guinness World Record at the launch of the annual Roaring 20s Festival and all that Jazz on Saturday, February 7. In the flamboyant… Read More »