Category Archives: Visit Lawson

Blue Mountains Australia 360° Virtual Reality Tours

By | September 15, 2020

We have created a wide-ranging collection of beautiful 360° Virtual Reality Tours of many locations in the Blue Mountains. Simply click on one of the images below and scroll around it with your mouse of your finger if you’re using a phone or tablet. There will be icons on each tour that will provide you… Read More »

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 »

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 »

The Lawson Silo or Convict Hole

By | March 14, 2021

In the bush, near the industrial estate of Lawson, NSW is a rock ledge that has a cage on top. The cage goes over a large hole that has an unknown history.  There still seems to be no conclusive answers, what are your thought’s on what this hole was used for? HERE>> https://w3w.co/walking.quibble.pity More info:… Read More »

Australian Walking Track Grading System

By | December 12, 2019

NSW national parks offer hundreds of walking tracks across the state for all levels and experiences. To help you find walks best suited to your needs, tracks are graded using the Australian Walking Track Grading System (AWTGS). AWTGS classifies tracks into 5 grades, based on the Australian Standard for walking track construction (AS 2156). It… Read More »

The new bushwalk across the Blue Mountains – 1931

By | July 30, 2018

In 1931 following the installation of High-Tension Electricity Line between Lawson Sub-station and Blackheath they formed a “unique tourist walk” (bushwalk) to follow the line. They said “The idea was recently conceived of increasing the popularity of the Blue Mountains as a tourist walk. The walk was named “Bruce’s Walk” after the surveyor who selected… Read More »

South Lawson Park, walks and waterfalls

By | January 4, 2021

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 about 90 minutes to complete. It’s family-friendly… Read More »

Honour Gardens Lawson

By | April 24, 2016

Honour Gardens, Lawson commemorate those who have served in various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The gardens were originally established in memory of those who served in World War One. A concrete arch defines the entrance to the gardens, which has a central pathway with trees on either side. Each tree has a… Read More »