Category Archives: Blue Mountains Australia

Eringarth Historic House, Springwood

Eringarth is an historic house located at1-10 Railway Parade, Springwood, 2777. Today, it’s a private residence and home to “Bunda Antiques Gallery“. The estate is an outstanding example of a wealthy Sydney businessman’s country retreat and philanthropic bequest to the Catholic church. Eringarth is a rare example of a Victorian Tudor style house in the… Read More »

Mount St. Mary’s College and Convent, Katoomba

The school was founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1901 in Main Street Katoomba. In 1910 Mt St Marys moved to a much larger and purpose built building at the Eastern Gateway to Katoomba.From 1910 until 1966 Mt St Mary’s was a strictly all girl boarding and day school. The front entrance to the… Read More »

Ask Roz Blue Mountains free Apple and Android mobile apps

Ask Roz Blue Mountains lets you find great things to see and do in the greater Blue Mountains, Lithgow & Oberon regions of NSW, Australia and covers everything from events, attractions, activities, walks, lookouts, entertainment, places to eat and stay as well as things to do. It is the most comprehensive resource available for mobile… Read More »

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Ask Roz would like to help you promote your event, but to do that we need some key information. Did you know that Australians over 18 spend an average of 35 hours per week browsing on their mobile device.  Through our multi award-winning Ask Roz platform, you will reach web, mobile, social media and digital… Read More »

Explore the Blue Mountains’ own Glow Worm Tunnel

Once abandoned and now a natural wonder, Glow Worm Tunnel is home to millions of little critters that simulate the night sky. The Glowworm Tunnel is a disused railway tunnel between Lithgow, New South Wales and Newnes, New South Wales, Australia. It is notable for its resident glow-worms, the bioluminescent larvae of Arachnocampa richardsae, a… Read More »

Autumn colours in Mount Wilson

Mt Wilson, is a wonderful heritage garden village in the Blue Mountains, that has magnificent natural bushland and rainforest, walks and canyons as well as historic houses and grand exotic gardens, some of which are open to the public. The Mount Wilson area was surveyed in 1868 by Edward Wyndham. It was subsequently named after… Read More »

Fungi in the Blue Mountains

Recently we did the trip to McMahon’s Lookout, Wentworth falls. This involves about a 25km drive down Kings Tableland Road, Wentworth Falls. About 20km of the road is dirt and a bit rough, so take it easy. From the carpark it’s about an 800m easy walk to the actual lookout. The path is an old… Read More »

Scenic World Sculptures 2017

Enjoy this Time Lapse video of Scenic World Blue Mountains Sculptures. They are on daily until the 7th May. Check them out. With 41 artists creating 35 artworks for exhibition, not only is this the biggest show ever, it also includes the work of 10 local artists. Sculptures at Scenic World Use your free Ask… Read More »