Category Archives: Bush Walking

Yerranderie Ghost Town

At this early mining settlement you can explore the Yerranderie ghost town that’s been lovingly preserved, with many relics remaining. It’s also a great area to go 4WD touring. Yerranderie Private Town is now owned by the NPWS and it’s well worth a visit. It’s a 2:30min (76km) drive from Oberon so it’s really best suited… Read More »

The new bushwalk across the Blue Mountains – 1931

In 1931 following the installation of High-Tension Electricity Line between Lawson Sub-station and Blackheath they formed a “unique tourist walk” (bushwalk) to follow the line. They said “The idea was recently conceived of increasing the popularity of the Blue Mountains as a tourist walk. The walk was named “Bruce’s Walk” after the surveyor who selected… Read More »

Katoomba, Blue Mountains Is the Bushwalking Capital of Australia

If you’re short on time or don’t have your own transportation, but want to get away from it all, then go to Katoomba. Katoomba is certainly no secret to residents of Sydney. When Sydney locals feel the need to escape from the summer heat or the traffic and pollution of the city, they hop on… Read More »

Handy Katoomba Weather Tips

If you are thinking about visiting Katoomba in the beautiful Blue Mountains of Australia I commend you on your good taste! It is a stunningly beautiful area with a wonderful variety of things to do & see. I have a few Handy Katoomba Weather Tips for you to help with your planning and how best… Read More »

Go Bushwalking in the Blue Mountains

Only two hours west of the bustling metropolitan city that is Sydney lies an oasis of nature known as the Blue Mountains. Listening to a kookaburra above you in a sprawling, ancient blue gum tree, taking in views from treacherous cliffs and ravines that could put the Grand Canyon to shame, this World Heritage-listed site… Read More »

Blue Mountains Geographical Encyclopaedia

The Blue Mountains Geographical Encyclopaedia covers the area between the Nepean River and Mount Victoria is sandwiched over 200 years of European history and thousands of years of Aboriginal heritage, some 2700 names have been applied to the places in between. This book is about those names, the men and women who named them, why… Read More »

Superb Lyrebird

Ask Ros Blue Mountains The superb lyrebird has a spectacular tail of fanned feathers, when spread out in display, looks like a lyre, which is a musical instrument of ancient Greece. The male superb lyrebird is 80-100 cm long, including his 55-cm-long tail. He is dark brown on the upper part of his body and… Read More »

Great Nature – The Blue Mountains of New South Wales – Documentary HD

Enjoy this great documentary on the Blue mountains. “Great Nature – The Blue Mountains of New South Wales – Documentary HD”   Use your free Ask Roz Blue Mountains app to find great things to see and do. Free Apple app: http://bit.do/Free-ARBM-Apple-App Free Android app: http://bit.do/Free-ARBM-Android-App WHAT’S ON Today: http://bit.do/Whats-On-Today Tomorrow: http://bit.do/Whats-On-Tomorrow #AskRozBlueMountains #VisitBlueMountains #VisitLithgow… Read More »