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Wilson Park, Lawson, once know as Snake Gully

By | April 20, 2021

Updated 20th April 2020 Wilson Park is the home to Lawson Pool and the historic Map of Australia. It also offers a wonderful picnic area and an adjoining playground. Wilson Park is bounded by St Bernards Drive, Evans Street and Park Road, North Lawson. Here: https://w3w.co/bumpy.names.figs It was named after Percy Wilson (1867-1937), Councillor of… Read More »

COMING SOON – Ask Roz Concierge

By | April 21, 2021

Updated: 21st April 2021 In an Australian tourism industry first, Ask Roz Blue Mountains will shortly be announcing an exclusive service, Ask Roz Concierge (ARC) to help people find great things to see and do in the greater Blue Mountains.  Ask Roz’s Concierge (ARC) service will allow visitors to or residents of the greater Blue… Read More »

McMahons Point, Wentworth Falls

By | April 13, 2021

The trip to McMahons Point about 40km return and is suitable to 2wds in dry conditions. After rain 4wd is recommended by NPWS. When you get to McMahons Point there is a small parking area, toilet and some picnic tables. The walk to the lookout is an easy 800m one way. The area was savaged… Read More »

NPWS Blue Mountains Track Closures

By | April 20, 2021

This is a live feed showing the NPWS Blue Mountains Track Closures. Scroll down and see what’s closed.  NPWS advises: The Blue Mountains National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger. Some parts of the park close overnight; details are provided for specific attractions.… Read More »

Kid friendly walks in the Blue Mountains

By | April 11, 2021

There are many wonderful walks in the Blue Mountains that are suitable for family walks. Check out each walk to see if they would be suitable for your family. The eMag is interactive, so it will give you turn by turn directions to each location.  You can click each walk for more information and in… Read More »

Dog friendly walks in the Blue Mountains

By | April 8, 2021

There are wonderful “Dog-friendly bushwalks” in the Blue Mountains. Our interactive eMag highlights many of them. SAVING IT: When you open the eMag on your mobile device, you can save it to your desktop. That way each time you open it, it will auto-refresh. On your computer, you can add it to your bookmarks. You… Read More »

Sculptures at Scenic World

By | April 11, 2021

Sculpture at Scenic World is now open in the Blue Mountains, providing the perfect excuse to escape the daily grind and reconnect with art and nature these school holidays. Returning after a two-year hiatus due to coronavirus, Sculpture at Scenic World will transform the ancient rainforest into an outdoor art gallery from April 1 –… Read More »

Portland Silo Art

By | March 30, 2021

Prior to white settlement, the Portland region was occupied by the Wiradjuri people. The first European in the area was James Blackman who surveyed roads in the area in 1820 and today Blackman’s Flat and Blackman’s Crown bear the family name. The town of Portland is of interest as a historic mining town, and also… Read More »

The Lake – Wentworth Falls Lake Pictorial

By | March 27, 2021

Wentworth Falls Lake is a wonderful resource for both locals and visitors alike. It was originally created by the damming of Jamison Creek to supply water for the steam railway. Today, it’s a wonderful resource for locals and visitors alike.   The Lake is now home to native and introduced waterfowl, native fish such as… Read More »