Category Archives: Visit Lithgow

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 »

Subscribe to Ask Roz Blue Mountains

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 »

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 »

Holiday Here This Year

By | January 23, 2020

AUSTRALIANS are being encouraged to throw their support behind Australia’s tourism industry in the wake of the devastating bushfires by holidaying in their own backyard. Tourism Australia’s Holiday Here This Year campaign launched today taps into the overwhelming goodwill and support for local communities impacted by the recent bushfires, by urging Australians to plan, book… 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 »

What’s on in the Greater Blue Mountains’ region

By | August 7, 2020

Ask Roz to find great things to see and do in the greater Blue Mountains region. Below are some links you may find useful on a daily basis. See what’s on, check the weather, read all local newspapers and listen to 2LT.  What’s on TODAY What’s on TOMORROW Rainy Day – Wheelchair FriendlyExhibitions – MarketsSwimming Spots – Hot Days CLICK HERE to promote your… Read More »

Ask Roz Blue Mountains free Apple and Android mobile apps

By | July 17, 2019

Ask Roz Blue Mountains lets you find great things to see and do in the greater Blue Mountains, Lithgow & Oberon regions of NSW, Australia and covers everything from events, attractions, activities, walks, lookouts, entertainment, places to eat and stay as well as things to do. It is the most comprehensive resource available for mobile… Read More »

Promote your event in Ask Roz for free

By | September 20, 2017

Ask Roz would like to help you promote your event, but to do that we need some key information. Did you know that Australians over 18 spend an average of 35 hours per week browsing on their mobile device.  Through our multi award-winning Ask Roz platform, you will reach web, mobile, social media and digital… Read More »

Autumn colours in Mount Wilson

By | April 14, 2017

Mt Wilson, is a wonderful heritage garden village in the Blue Mountains, that has magnificent natural bushland and rainforest, walks and canyons as well as historic houses and grand exotic gardens, some of which are open to the public. The Mount Wilson area was surveyed in 1868 by Edward Wyndham. It was subsequently named after… Read More »