Category Archives: Blue Mountains Australia

LOVE LOCAL ~ Blackheath, Megalong Valley and Shipley Plateau

By | February 12, 2020

Blackheath is a gateway to Megalong Valley and Shipley Plateau, where you can take in breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains escarpment and explore these farming communities renowned for their food and wine.   Blackheath is known as a vibrant and lively community, proud of its local history and with strong links to its natural… Read More »

Holiday Here This Year

By | January 23, 2020

AUSTRALIANS are being encouraged to throw their support behind Australia’s tourism industry in the wake of the devastating bushfires by holidaying in their own backyard. Tourism Australia’s Holiday Here This Year campaign launched today taps into the overwhelming goodwill and support for local communities impacted by the recent bushfires, by urging Australians to plan, book… Read More »

Echo Point proposed upgrades FACT SHEET

By | December 12, 2019

Background The place we now call Echo Point has been of great significance to Gundungurra and Darug people for time immemorial, and is linked to creation stories which connect it to other sacred stories across the continent. It is also one of the most visited sites of Aboriginal cultural significance in Australia. We want the… Read More »

Blue Mountains Theatre Presents THE SAPPHIRES

By | September 24, 2019

Written and Directed by Tony Briggs  Saturday 4 April, 8pm & Sunday 5 April, 2pm The Sapphires is a multi-award winning musical play based on the remarkable true story of writer Tony Briggs’ mother.  This uplifting Australian classic – full of comedy, heart and romance, together with unbeatable soul music – will stay with you for… Read More »

BUCKET LIST ~ Walk to Therabulat and Norths Lookout, Katoomba

By | September 5, 2019

If you’re looking for a walk that’s out of the ordinary and offers great views then this could be the walk for you. It can be done 2 ways. The first from North’s Lookout, Katoomba. To do it this way, you need to park your car near the Explorer’s Tree and walk down to Norths… Read More »

Blue Mountains regional Business Opportunities

By | August 7, 2019

There are so many amazing businesses and opportunities for sale in the Blue Mountains region at the moment. Here’s a selection of them. KURRAJONG Cafe – $110,000 KURRAJONG HEIGHTS Restaurant & Luxury Accommodation – $250,000 PENRITH Penrith Valley Inn – $10,000,000 Travel Agency – $49,000 Take Away – $325,000 Florist – $230,000 Beauty Salon –… Read More »

Overcliff-Undercliff walk at Wentworth Falls

By | June 3, 2019

 The walk is about 5km and will take you between 2 and 3 hours. It offers wonderful views. Pack a picnic because there are a number of great spots to enjoy it. This walk can be started from a few spots. For this article was are starting from the Falls Carpark and not including the… Read More »

Permanent drinking stations installed in the Blue Mountains

By | May 14, 2019

Eight permanent drinking water stations have been installed at recreational spaces across the Blue Mountains City Council Local Government Area. Council and Sydney Water have worked together to provide the stations at some of the area’s most frequented recreation spaces. Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, said ‘Making fresh drinking water available at recreation locations is one… Read More »

Ask Roz Blue Mountains Podcast

By | April 22, 2019

The Ask Roz Blue Mountains Podcast is a weekly podcast covering a wide range of topics to help you find great things to see and do in the great Blue Mountains region. Listen below or on: https://askrozbluemountainspodcast.podbean.com/

What’s on in the Greater Blue Mountains’ region

By | January 27, 2019

USE your free Ask Roz Blue Mountains app, to find great things to see and do in the greater Blue Mountains region. Below are some links you may find useful on a daily basis. See what’s on, check the weather, read all local newspapers and listen to 2LT.  What’s on TODAY What’s on TOMORROW Rainy Day – Wheelchair FriendlyExhibitions – MarketsSwimming Spots – Hot… Read More »