Category Archives: Bucket List

Discover Tranquility at Maya Sanctuary in the Blue Mountains

By | March 17, 2024

Nestled amidst the breathtaking beauty of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Maya Sanctuary awaits, promising an enchanting escape into nature’s embrace. As a travel writer, I am thrilled to unveil the secrets of this idyllic retreat, where tranquility and serenity reign supreme. Unveiling the Serene Landscape Imagine waking up to the melodious chirping… Read More »


Narrow Neck Katoomba, a great adventure

By | February 15, 2024

Narrow Neck, also known as Narrow Neck Plateau, is a significant natural feature in the Blue Mountains National Park near Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia. It is a long and slender peninsula that extends southwards from Katoomba for about 10 kilometers and ends at Clear Hill, overlooking the Wild Dog Mountain. Narrow Neck starts from… Read More »


Blue Mountains Biking Adventures: Where Passion Meets Adventure

By | February 15, 2024

Embark on a fun-fueled odyssey through the breathtaking landscapes of the Blue Mountains with Blue Mountains Biking Adventures. Led by the indomitable spirit of Sam, this is more than a biking excursion; it’s a transformative journey that transcends the ordinary. If you can ride a bike safely, you can ride one or more of our… Read More »


Ask Roz Blue Mountains is on “The Local” 2LT 6am – 12n with Steve Cropper

By | December 12, 2023

THE LOCAL ~ Each Saturday from 6am to 12n Lithgow based radio station, 2LT has a great local-focused program “The Local”. 2LT broadcaster, Steve Cropper is the presenter and it’s worth checking out especially since Ask Roz Blue Mountains has a spot in each around 9.30am. 😁😁😁 LISTEN here: Quick link to this page:… Read More »


How often each month do you do a Bushwalk in the Blue Mountains

By | March 14, 2023

Welcome to the Blue Mountains, a natural wonderland with endless opportunities for outdoor adventure! If you’re a fan of bushwalking, then you’re in luck because this region boasts hundreds of trails that cater to all levels of fitness and experience. Whether you’re looking for a short stroll through a peaceful forest or a heart-pumping, adrenaline-fueled… Read More »


Mount Victoria Museum

By | November 20, 2022

The museum is in a heritage listed 1868 Mount Victoria Railway Station which was part of the railway line built across the rough terrain of the Blue Mountains. It’s a glimpse into what life was like back then, with interactive displays and hands-on exhibits for people of all ages. The museum also has an extensive… Read More »


Blue Mountains EXPERIENCES eMag, out now

By | October 24, 2022

We have now released our new interactive “EXPERIENCES eMag” which will be launched each Friday Each issue will contain a range of activities relevant to what’s on, track closures and the weather. It will be a great asset for Blue Mountains residents and visitors alike looking for relevant and topical information. ACCESS: You can view… 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 »