Category Archives: Tourism

Dantes Glen Walking Track

By | July 2, 2020

Another one for your BUCKET LIST ~ North Lawson Waterfull Loop along the Dantes Glen Walking Track. Visitors have been coming to Dante’s Glen since about 1879.     DON’T confuse this with the South Lawson waterfall walk: http://lnnk.in/@South-Lawson-Waterfall-Loop   This is a great walk, that takes about 60mins. Just take it easy on the… Read More »

Silver Mist Reserve, Katoomba, 360° VR

By | July 5, 2020

Enjoy this 360° VR tour of Silver Mist Reserve, Katoomba Silver Mist Reserve in Katoomba is a wonderful place to visit, especially on a misty day.  This is best viewed on a computer. If you use a phone or tablet “landscape” is best. MORE info: https://www.askroz.com.au/event_detail/index/silver-mist-reserve Silver Mist to Echo Point Walk: https://www.askroz.com.au/event_detail/index/silvermist-reserve-to-echo-point Total: 1129… Read More »

Catalina Park, Katoomba ~ 360° VR tour

By | July 5, 2020

Catalina Park is a disused motor racing venue, located at Katoomba, in the Blue Mountains, and is recognised as an Aboriginal Place due to the long association of the local Gundungarra and Darug clans to the area. Overview The 2.1 km circuit opened on 12 February 1961. Race meetings were staged by the Australian Racing… Read More »

RIP Cave, VR 360 tour, Katoomba

By | July 5, 2020

  Explore the inside of the RIP Cave in Katoomba. It is best viewed on a computer. If viewing on a phone or tablet, watch it landscape. USE your finger or mouse to explore this amazing cave. TO VISIT in the real world, park your car in the small clearing just off the and take… Read More »

Slack Stairs, Wentworth Falls

By | June 28, 2020

Looking for a great Blue Mountains bushwalk? CHECK OUT Slack Stairs and Wentworth Pass, Wentworth Falls.   TIP: Get there early. The whole Wentworth Falls area is extremely popular and parking is at a premium.   This is a challenging track that is best started from the Conservation Hut, Wentworth Falls. It offers outstanding lookouts,… Read More »

Go Blue

By | June 27, 2020

Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC), in partnership with Blue Mountains Tourism (BMT) and NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS), have developed a destination marketing campaign to kick-start the local economy after bush fires and COVID-19. Aimed at families and couples, the campaign showcases the best the region has on offer: outdoor adventures, cosy hotels,… Read More »

Bushrangers Cave, Mount Victoria

By | June 22, 2020

This is an amazing place to visit. It is quite a scramble to climb up to and it’s not for the faint-hearted.     MAP: http://lnnk.in/@Bush-Rangers-Cave-Mount-Victoria   Park where you can and walk the short distance to the track. Head down the Little Zig Zag track. Continue down until you see the Bushrangers Cave sign.… Read More »

Echo Point upgrades nearing completion

By | June 18, 2020

A major upgrade of Echo Point is nearing completion. In October 2019, Council commenced works to enhance Echo Point Lookout for the community and visitors.  The upgrade includes:  a new gathering space (amphitheatre) a new Prince of Wales Lookout, and an accessible, night-lit boardwalk connecting the lookouts, amphitheatre and Council’s accredited Visitor Information Centre. Since… Read More »

Grand Clifftop Walk, Katoomba to Leura

By | June 6, 2020

Another one for your BUCKET LIST ~ the “GRAND CLIFF TOP WALK” that goes from Katoomba Cascades, Maple Grove Park, to Sublime Point Lookout, Leura”. This is a great walk and it should be on every bushwalkers bucket list. It’s a safe walk suitable for all ages who can manage a 3-4 hour one-way walk.… Read More »