Category Archives: Visit Wentworth Falls

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By | May 5, 2024

TIP: Add this page to your phone’s home screen or bookmark it to get the latest updates GRAND CLIFF TOP WALK – the only complete interactive guide View it here Listen to a Grand Cliff Top Walk podcast MORE WEB APPS COMING  

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Embark on an Enchanting Journey to the Breathtaking Blue Mountains in NSW, Australia

By | February 15, 2024

Prepare to immerse yourself in the mesmerizing realm of the majestic Blue Mountains of NSW Australia, an alluring haven that beckons thrill-seekers and nature aficionados alike. Situated within 2 hour’s drive of Sydney, these mountains proudly flaunt their splendor with cascading waterfalls and awe-inspiring canyons that could effortlessly silence even the most eloquent poet. As… Read More »

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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. 


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HISTORIC ~ Rock-Fall kills worker on road

By | June 20, 2022

On the 16th of November 1953, Kenneth Joseph Cleary was killed while constructing the road into the Kanimbla Valley. The SMH of 17th November 1953 reported “ROCK-FALL KILLS WORKER ON ROAD KATOOMBA, Monday. Kenneth Joseph Cleary, 21, of Macquarie Road, Camden, was killed instantly this afternoon when two tons of overhanging rock fell and crushed… Read More »

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Stanley Bignell

By | June 11, 2022

The “Stanley Bignell Walkway” at Wentworth Falls Lake was named after Stanley Bignell who was a tireless community pioneer working with Blue Mountains City Council to introduce a number of sporting opportunities for youth of the Mountains. He served in the RAAF in World War 2 with the rank of Flying Officer and was taken… Read More »

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Explore Tarella Cottage, Wentworth Falls

By | May 11, 2022

Tarella has a long and interesting history. It was built in 1890 by John McLaughlin after he married and had four children with Ada Amanda Moore. They lived in Waverley, Sydney. Tarella was their family holiday cottage, a Blue Mountains retreat, but after John’s death in 1918, the family’s large Waverley home was sold and… Read More »

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Blue Mountains Visitor eMag

By | November 1, 2023

Unlocking the Blue Mountains: Your Ultimate Guide with Blue Mountains Visitor eMag! Are you ready to embark on a journey through the stunning Blue Mountains region, one of Australia’s most captivating destinations? Look no further than the Blue Mountains Visitor eMag, your go-to source for all things extraordinary in this picturesque locale. Unveiling the Best:… Read More »

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Overcliff Walk Wentworth Falls

By | January 10, 2023

There are so many wonderful walks to do in the Blue Mountains and the Overcliff Walks is one of the best. This is a walk that can be enjoyed by the whole family. The NPWS has now fully upgraded the track and it’s first-class. The walk gives you amazing views, 2 great lookouts Lyrbird and… Read More »

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Valley of the Waters loop track via Slack Stairs Wentworth Falls

By | September 19, 2021

Another great walk ~ The Conservation Hut loop walk to Valley of the Waters including Empress and Sylvia Falls, Wentworth Pass, lower drop of Wentworth Falls, Slack Stairs, Wentworth Falls first drop, the grand Stairway and back to the Conservation Hut, Wentworth Falls. This is a great day walk, perhaps the best in the Blue… Read More »

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Battleship Tops and Wind Eroded Rocks Wentworth Falls

By | May 21, 2023

Updated: 15th September 2021 Battleship Tops is a great spot to visit either directly or on your way too for from McMahons Point. Here: https://w3w.co/miserably.thereby.clashes Battleship Tops is a group of high peaks located on the western side of Kings Tableland Road between Harris Hill and Pearces Mountain, Kings Tableland. One particular rock formation near… Read More »

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