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 »
The Poms have snatched the Ashes (well, the Ashes of the retro dance world) and every pair of left feet will help give the Blue Mountains a sporting chance at reclaiming it on Saturday, February 25. The annual Blue Mountains Charleston Challenge Guinness World Record attempt for the largest number of costumed people to dance… Read More »
This track has most likely been used by the Darug people for thousands of years, and you too can walk in their footsteps. Red Hands Cave walking track, in the Glenbrook region of the Blue Mountains National Park, winds through remote bushland to one of the best Aboriginal stencil galleries in the Sydney Basin. From… Read More »
The Katoomba Falls is a segmented waterfall# that is located close to Echo Point near Katoomba on the Kedumba River, descending into the Jamison Valley, located within the Blue Mountains National Park in the Blue Mountains. At the top are the Katoomba Cascades. These are easily accessible via stairs from Katoomba Falls Reserve or from the walk… Read More »
As Drones become more affordable, more people are getting out and about using them. With their use goes a legal responsibility. Shortly, thanks to NPWS and BMCC we’ll have a definitive guide to their use in the Blue Mountains region. In the meantime, enjoy these 4 great views of the Blue Mountains region. David Noble, drone… Read More »
Elysian Rock lookout is one of the BEST lookouts in the Blue Mountains. It is actually 2 lookouts joined by the Buttenshaw Bridge. It offers outstanding views all day, especially at sunrise. Ask Roz web link ELYSIAN ROCK MEANING The adjective “elysian” describes a blissful state, like the one most people hope to enjoy. The word Elysian comes from… Read More »
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage protected area, the Blue Mountains National Park it’s an incredible plateau 80km west of Sydney. It features breathtaking cliffs and waterfall, more than 140km of tracks and endless photographic opportunities. This video was produced for IUCN World Parks Congress Sydney 2014 (worldparkscongress.org/). This 4K version also shows some previously… Read More »
Al and Bruce visit the Blues Mountains for a long-distance hike, get caught in a deluge and visit a bunch of awesome waterfalls instead. 🙂 Video by Alistair Paton. Click here to see more of Alistair Paton work.
A compilation of some of Aidan Jaros Grilli’s time-lapse work shot in the beautiful Blue Mountains of NSW. You can see more of Aidan’s work by clicking here.