Category Archives: Blue Mountains Australia

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 »

Walls Lookout – A great short walk

By | October 13, 2021

Walls Lookout, Mount Tomah. This is a true BUCKET LIST WALK, it offers outstanding views, it’s suitable for the whole family and it offers a sense of adventure. Here: https://w3w.co/noun.homely.bruiser The views from Walls Lookout of the Grose Valley and its surrounding cliffs are absolutely stunning, a great place for morning tea or lunch. If… Read More »

Overcliff Walk Wentworth Falls

By | October 1, 2021

There are so many wonderful walks to do in the Blue Mountains and the Overcliff Walks is one of the best. This is a walk that can be enjoyed by the whole family. The NPWS has now fully upgraded the track and it’s first-class. The walk gives you amazing views, 2 great lookouts Lyrbird and… Read More »

Medlow Bath Dam, Medlow Bath

By | September 29, 2021

Updated 29-9-21 It is believed to be one of the thinnest dam walls in the world being only 106 cm wide at the top. It was the first of the dams built as part of the development of the upper Blue Mountains. Here: https://w3w.co/python.editors.replicates   Today, it still supplies water to the middle and upper… Read More »

Enjoy a walk in the Ngula Bulgarabang Regional Park

By | September 25, 2021

A walk in the Ngula Bulgarabang Regional Park, Katoomba, previously known as the “Radiata Plateau”, is a great experience. It has 756 acres of pristine natural bushland, which is bordered by the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area and the Megalong Valley. The park is also dog “on-leash” and bike friendly. It’s a great family… Read More »

Duplicating the Great Western Highway between Lithgow and Katoomba

By | September 21, 2021

Media Release: 21 September 2021 Medlow Bath residents have been ambushed during COVID with TfNSW’s plans for a 4-5 lane highway widening through their village, home of the Hydro Majestic Hotel resulting in the heritage and tourism appeal of this historic village being destroyed. The NSW Government is committed to duplicating the Great Western Highway… Read More »

Valley of the Waters loop track via Slack Stairs Wentworth Falls

By | September 19, 2021

Another great walk ~ The Conservation Hut loop walk to Valley of the Waters including Empress and Sylvia Falls, Wentworth Pass, lower drop of Wentworth Falls, Slack Stairs, Wentworth Falls first drop, the grand Stairway and back to the Conservation Hut, Wentworth Falls. This is a great day walk, perhaps the best in the Blue… 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 »

Blue Mountains News and Weather

By | September 29, 2021

  Ckatoomba weatheBLUE MOUNTAINS News and Weather Check back daily for the most up to date regional weather and news. If you have a news item you’d like included simply email us at askrozbluemountains#@gmail.com Important Ask Roz links: Website ~ Facebook Page ~ eMags ~ MyeMag ~ Concierge ~ Q&A ~ BidStay ~ Information ~… Read More »

Perrys Lookout a stunning Blackheath Lookout

By | September 10, 2021

Another great EXERCISE WALK – Perry’s Lookdown, Blackheath. This is a short walk that offers commanding views. There is a small unofficial lookout just before Perrys Lookdown that’s great for a picnic. From the lookout, you’ll see the imposing sandstone cliffs of Mount Banks, while the towering stand of eucalypts rising from the valley floor… Read More »