Category Archives: Accessible Walks

Blue Mountains Visitor eMag

By | October 19, 2021

Blue Mountains Visitor eMag is the best place to find great things to see and do in the Blue Mountains. The eMag is interactive, and it will even give you turn by turn directions to some amazing things to see and do. This eMag is the most viewed digital visitor publication in the Blue Mountains.… Read More »

Battleship Tops and Wind Eroded Rocks Wentworth Falls

By | September 17, 2021

Updated: 15th September 2021 Battleship Tops is a great spot to visit either directly or on your way too for from McMahons Point. Here: https://w3w.co/miserably.thereby.clashes Battleship Tops is a group of high peaks located on the western side of Kings Tableland Road between Harris Hill and Pearces Mountain, Kings Tableland. One particular rock formation near… Read More »

Catalina Park – The Gully – Katoomba

By | September 10, 2021

If you’re looking for a great place for a safe family walk that’s also dog on-leash friendly Catalina Park, ticks all the boxes. Catalina Park, Katoomba is also known as “The Gully”. KEY POINTS • Distance: 2.1km • Kid-safe: Yes • Dogs on-leash: Yes • Steps: None to speak of • Accessible: Yes, wheelchair and… Read More »

Weekend eMag by Ask Roz Blue Mountains

By | September 17, 2021

Our Blue Mountains “Weekend” eMag is back.  EACH week, a new edition will be published with information that will help you enjoy your weekend. You only need one link, as refreshing it will give you the latest edition. Like all our eMags, this eMag is “interactive” and offers “turn by turn” directions to walks and lookouts.… Read More »

Daffodils at the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens

By | September 3, 2021

There’s nothing like a sea of golden daffodils sprouting from the ground to tell you that winter is coming to an end and spring has sprung!  At the end of Winder and early Spring, daffodils cover the Garden, and it’s a perfect time to discover these little rays of sunshine from the comfort of your… Read More »

Social Distancing Exercise Walks in the Blue Mountains

By | August 18, 2021

Updated: 17th August 2021 To help us all get through our most recent COVID lockdown we created a special eMag “Social Distancing Walks”. The eMag has over 55 great walks, all within the Blue Mountains LGA. SCROLL DOWN to see the eMag. You can bookmark it for future use. You can also add it to… Read More »

Layers in Time Woodford Reserve

By | July 28, 2021

Updated: 7th July 2021 Layers in Time takes visitors on a self-guided 1.4km loop of Woodford Reserve, capturing the site’s history and sharing these stories in an accessible and engaging way. Illustrated signage along the heritage trail now immerses the visitor in the history of the site and features QR codes to quickly and easily… Read More »

Leura Cascades Picnic area

By | June 22, 2021

The Leura Cascades Picnic area has reopened after being closed for over 12 months following torrential rain in early 2020 that caused flooding and land slippages. Here: https://w3w.co/example.varnish.footprint The walk down along Leura Falls Creek to the main cascade area and after about 150m at the junction of the Prince Henry Cliff Walk track. We… Read More »

Upgrading Govetts Leap Lookout

By | June 9, 2021

NPWS information June 2021 Govetts Leap In June last year, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) asked the community for feedback on plans to upgrade Govetts Leap. We received lots of submissions and your feedback has been incorporated into a revised plan and lookout design. For more details and to receive further updates… Read More »

Ask Roz Concierge has arrived

By | June 1, 2021

Updated: 30th May 2021 In an Australian tourism industry first, Ask Roz Blue Mountains has launched its exclusive service, Ask Roz Concierge to help people find great things to see and do in the Greater Blue Mountains.  Ask Roz’s Concierge service will allow visitors to or residents of, the Greater Blue Mountains region to submit… Read More »