Category Archives: Tourism

Dinosaur Valley extended for 4 weeks due to popular demand

By | January 18, 2021

  Dinosaur Valley has been extended until February 28 due to popular demand, giving visitors four more weeks to plan a dino- sized summer staycation in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.   Dinosaur Valley has been a standout success this summer, attracting more than 30,000 visitors to the Blue Mountains since the event launched on… Read More »

Lithgow Blast Furnace – Blast Furnace Park

By | January 17, 2021

The Lithgow Blast Furnace and Blast Furnace Park are wonderful places to visit.  The Lithgow Blast Furnace is a heritage-listed former blast furnace and now park and visitor attraction at Inch Street, Lithgow. It was built from 1906 to 1907 by William Sandford Limited. It is also known as Eskbank Ironworks Blast Furnace site; Industrial Archaeological Site. The property is owned by… Read More »

Great bushwalks to do during the December-January school holidays

By | January 15, 2021

Great bushwalks to do during the December-January school holidays in the Blue Mountains. No.1 ~ Fossil Rock Lookout to the base of the Leura Cascades https://www.facebook.com/AskRozBlueMountains/posts/3677858162257577 No.2 ~ Bowtells Suspension Bridge, over the Cox’s River https://www.facebook.com/AskRozBlueMountains/posts/3680354808674579 No.3 ~ Lyrebird Dell and Pool of Siloam Circuit, Leura https://www.facebook.com/AskRozBlueMountains/posts/3682508385125888 No.4 ~ Coxs Cave Circuit walk, Mount Victoria… Read More »

2020 a year we won’t forget

By | January 7, 2021

This on-line interactive digital eMag has been produced by Ask Ros Blue Mountains as a pictorial of what was perhaps the most challenging year the Blue Mountains community has ever faced. We thank Mayor Mark Greenhill for writing the foreword. We have shared our photos from each week of the year. Through these photos, we… Read More »

South Lawson Waterfall Loop Walk – Virtual Tours

By | January 12, 2021

360° Virtual Tours of all the waterfalls South Lawson Park has historical significance at the local level as an example of a recreation reserve developed by local trustees over a period of about 30 years with walking tracks to allow access to its scenic attractions. The full loop is about 3.5km and it’ll take you… Read More »

After Rain

By | December 30, 2020

After good rainfalls over the greater Blue Mountains region, some beautiful Waterfalls spring into life. As the rain eases, the volume of water in the waterfalls around the Blue Mountains will decrease quickly. That being said, you should still get some great photo opportunities Total: 54907 Today: 7

Dry River Canyon, Newnes Plateau, 360° images

By | December 14, 2020

This is a wonderful spot a MUST VISIT. It is not for everyone as the entry to the canyon is not for the faint-hearted. While this is not a difficult walk, we would suggest it is suitable for those who bushwalk regularly. If you’ve ever wanted to get out into a canyon, but didn’t have… Read More »

Yerranderie ghost town

By | December 12, 2020

Yerranderie Private (Ghost) Town is now owned by the NPWS and it’s a MUST VISIT visit. It’s a 2hrs 30mins (100km) drive from Oberon so it’s really best suited for a weekend trip OR a DAY VISIT from Oberon or Jenolan Caves. You can stay overnight in the campground and soon again in one of… Read More »

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By | January 7, 2021

STAY INFORMED ~ Subscribe to Ask Roz Blue Mountains’ email updates Ask Roz Blue Mountains is a Digital Information Service that provides information on multiple digital platforms. We are locally owned and operated, unlike other information services who pretend to be. Aside from regional news and information, we have regular “subscriber-only” special offers. NB: If… Read More »

Scenic World launches locals discount this Summer

By | November 16, 2020

Scenic World has launched an exclusive locals discount this summer, offering entry to Scenic World and Dinosaur Valley any time from November 27 – January 31 for the cost of less than two visits. Marking the first of its kind, the Mountain Pass is open to residents from the Blue Mountains LGA, providing access to… Read More »