Category Archives: Visit Oberon

Escarpment escape high tea: added value for seniors

Senior travellers can experience a taste of the nation’s opulent history, a portion of its rich heritage and a slice of cake when they indulge in the Escarpment Escape High Tea package to the Blue  Mountains – for just $75. Begin your journey by exploring Mark Foy’s “Palace in the wilderness’’, the genuinely iconic Hydro… Read More »

My favourite Blue Mountains Location

This week we look at the favourite locations of some of the Blue Mountains best photographers. David Roma Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidromaphotography Google+: http://google.com/+DavidRomaPhoto Instagram: http://instagram.com/davidromaphotography Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidromaphoto Web: http://www.davidromaphotography.com Tumblr: http://davidromaphotography.tumblr.com/ Warren Hinder https://www.facebook.com/bluemountainswalks www.bluemountainswalks.com.au www.warrenhinder.org Rene Kisselbach Website: www.renekisselbachphotography.com.au Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rene.kisselbach.photography Alex Long Facebook & Instagram – @alexlongphotography Karen Edwards https://www.facebook.com/karenedwardsphotographyhartley David Wimble http://www.darrinlangbienphotography.com/   >> To find… Read More »

Photographer of the week – Ask Roz

This week’s photographer of the week is Ask Roz Blue Mountains herself. Most photos are taken on an iPhone around the upper part of the Blue Mountains. >> To find other great things to see and do in the Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Oberon Regions get your FREE Ask Roz Blue Mountains Apple or Android app.… Read More »

Photographer of the Week – John Paix

This week’s Ask Roz Blue Mountains’ Photographer of the week is actually Videographer  John Paix. John is not a professional Videographer but what he lacks in expensive gear he makes up for with his passion and enthusiasm for the Blue Mountains region. Ask Roz Blue Mountains has regularly featured John’s videos. It’s just on 2 years since… Read More »

Photographer of the week – Alexander Long

The Ask Roz Blue Mountains’ Photographer of the week is Alexander Long. Alexander is a 17 year old talented local photographer who is currently in year 12 at Katoomba High School completing his HSC. He says “I explore both the natural and built environments within my works and I am particularly interested in light and time and… Read More »

Check the sky tonight because it’ll be sporting a full moon.

Full moons are traditionally associated with temporal insomnia (inability to sleep), insanity (hence the terms lunacy and lunatic) and various “magical phenomena” such as lycanthropy. Psychologists, however, have found that there is no strong evidence for effects on human behavior around the time of a full moon. A full moon is the lunar phase that… Read More »

Govett’s Leap Lookout Walking Tracks Blackheath NSW

This is another great video by John Paix. Govett’s Leap Lookout at Blackheath is one of the most visited places in the Blue Mountains of NSW, Australia. As well as the magnificent views of the Grose Valley and the Govett’s Leap waterfall, there are a number of walking tracks to other viewpoints and quiet stream valleys.… Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WEEK – Dwight D’Cruz

This week’s Blue Mountains Photographer of the Week is Dwight D’Cruz. Dwight is a Sydney based photographer who has a passion for the Blue Mountains region.  He says this about himself. I got serious about photography after I had a motorcycle accident in June 2014. This left me with a lot of free time on my hands,… Read More »

Oz Family’s adventure walking the Six Foot Track

This video is the Oz Family’s adventure walking the Six Foot Track from Jenolan Caves to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, April 2014.  It’s a great video. To find great things to see and do in the Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Oberon Regions get your FREE Ask Roz Blue Mountains Apple or… Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WEEK – Warren Hinder

The Ask Roz Blue Mountains Photographer of the week this week is Warren Hinder. Photography has been a part of Warren’s life since he left school and became a Lithographic Camera Operator. He draws great inspiration from his hometown in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales with the ancient landscape offering never ending photographic opportunity. Warren has many of his… Read More »