Category Archives: Adventure

Plan in place for Gardens of Stone SCA

By | December 20, 2022

Protecting the spectacular environment and cultural heritage values of the Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area (SCA) is at the heart of the park’s newly adopted Plan of Management, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) said. The Plan of Management also recognises the importance of the ancient landscape to the Wiradjuri People and… Read More »


Exciting Blue Mountains school holiday activities with National Parks

By | December 19, 2022

Expect a buzz of excitement when National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) education rangers showcase the wonderful world of nature during special sessions in Blue Mountains National Park over the summer holidays. Activities are designed to engage children aged 4 to 12 years and will be held in Blackheath. Learning how to make a home… Read More »


Plan ahead before visiting Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area

By | September 27, 2022

Visitors keen to take in the new Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area near Lithgow during the school holidays are being reminded to play it safe and check on access before heading out. The majority of the 28,000 hectare reserve, which is home to over 80 rare and threatened species and important cultural heritage, is… Read More »


Ask Roz Blue Mountains range of eMags

By | September 12, 2022

Ask Roz Blue Mountains produces a wide range of environmentally friendly and sustainable visitor information eMags. Our eMags are viewed by more people than any other visitor information service in the greater Blue Mountains. 


Dargan Arch, a great place to visit

By | June 5, 2022

Dargan Arch is the remains of a long collapsed cave. Dargan Arch is a natural sandstone arch about 14m long, 8m wide and about 9m high. It’s a great adventure walk that you’ll love. Ask Roz Blue Mountains provides full information and access details below. ACCESS: Once you leave Sandham Road you’ll come to a… Read More »


Mount Banks Submit Walk

By | May 31, 2022

NPWS describes the walk this way: “For some of the best scenic views in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, try the steep Mount Banks Summit walk from the picnic area, near Mount Wilson.” The first half of the walk offers great views. We stocked up on essential provisions from Piccolo Deli, Mount Victoria.… Read More »


Beyond Skyway – Go beyond anything you’ve ever experienced before

By | February 28, 2022

It all starts once Scenic World closes to the public for the day. After being fitted with full-body harnesses, we take just four guests at a time out on the iconic Skyway cable car to the middle of the Jamison Valley, 270m above the rainforest canopy below. BEYOND SKYWAY at Scenic World Blue Mountains Scenic… Read More »


All year Ice Skating at the Fairmont Resort, Leura

By | February 13, 2022

The Fairmont Resort advise: “Fairmont Resort & Spa Ice Rink is scheduled to open during the NSW Winter School Holidays in July. The Ice Rink is currently in construction and will operate throughout the year. It will be the only facility of its kind in the Blue Mountains and Greater Sydney area. We are excited… Read More »


Walk to Butterbox Point, Mount Hay, Leura

By | August 19, 2022

The walk to Butterbox Point is a great walk family that offers outstanding views all the way along the walk. Butterbox Point is a large, high rocky outcrop on the edge of the Grose Gorge, 800m northwest of the northern end of Mount Hay Road, Leura. WHERE: Carpark: KEY POINTS • Distance: 2.2km… Read More »


Joe’s Cave Katoomba

By | January 12, 2022

In 2020 after the fires we stumbled on “Joe’s Cave ~ April 05” (1905 or 2005). The cave re-appeared after the recent fires. This is a small cave, you can’t stand up, but 2 people could have a comfortable sleep, in a pinch. Here: The rock formation around the cave were amazing. As the… Read More »