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Narrow Neck Sunrise Saturday 2nd March 2024

By | March 8, 2024

On Saturday 2nd March a wonderful group of Ask Roz Blue Mountains contributors gathered on Narrow Neck Katoomba to capture sunrise. It was a wonderful experience. More photos here Be sure to follow these talented people. Emma Gabriel: www.instagram.com/emsadventures69 Rob Moore: www.instagram.com/robmoore8935 Philip Johnson: www.instagram.com/pjohs1627 Brenda Hill: Brenda Hill Nature Photography Troy Hovenden: www.instagram.com/troy_kh_photography Michael… Read More »


Visit Mount Victoria and discover the unexpected

By | February 15, 2024

Discover the charm and history of Mount Victoria, the unique gem of the Blue Mountains. As the highest and most westerly point before descending, this historic and heritage-listed village offers unexpected delights. And if you’re longing to play in the snow this winter, Mount Victoria is the place to be! Explore antique wares, quirky gift… Read More »


The Elephant in the room

By | February 15, 2024

Every quarter in the greater Blue Mountains, the equivalent weight of one 7,000kg African male elephant in visitor information paper products is used and then discarded. Consider this, just to make 7,000kg of basic newsprint, you’ll need about. 🌲 200 Trees 🌊 4,000,000 Litres of Water 💡 Electricity Consumption: Between 15,000,000 to 25,000,000 kWh Creating… Read More »


Ask Roz Blue Mountains is on “The Local” 2LT 6am – 12n with Steve Cropper

By | December 12, 2023

THE LOCAL ~ Each Saturday from 6am to 12n Lithgow based radio station, 2LT has a great local-focused program “The Local”. 2LT broadcaster, Steve Cropper is the presenter and it’s worth checking out especially since Ask Roz Blue Mountains has a spot in each around 9.30am. 😁😁😁 LISTEN here: www.2lt.com.au/live Quick link to this page:… Read More »


Mount Victoria Museum

By | November 20, 2022

The museum is in a heritage listed 1868 Mount Victoria Railway Station which was part of the railway line built across the rough terrain of the Blue Mountains. It’s a glimpse into what life was like back then, with interactive displays and hands-on exhibits for people of all ages. The museum also has an extensive… Read More »


Joe’s Cave Katoomba

By | January 12, 2022

In 2020 after the fires we stumbled on “Joe’s Cave ~ April 05” (1905 or 2005). The cave re-appeared after the recent fires. This is a small cave, you can’t stand up, but 2 people could have a comfortable sleep, in a pinch. Here: https://w3w.co/wolfs.reddest.eloquently The rock formation around the cave were amazing. As the… Read More »


Katoomba, Blue Mountains Is the Bushwalking Capital of Australia

By | June 4, 2018

If you’re short on time or don’t have your own transportation, but want to get away from it all, then go to Katoomba. Katoomba is certainly no secret to residents of Sydney. When Sydney locals feel the need to escape from the summer heat or the traffic and pollution of the city, they hop on… Read More »


Go Bushwalking in the Blue Mountains

By | June 2, 2018

Only two hours west of the bustling metropolitan city that is Sydney lies an oasis of nature known as the Blue Mountains. Listening to a kookaburra above you in a sprawling, ancient blue gum tree, taking in views from treacherous cliffs and ravines that could put the Grand Canyon to shame, this World Heritage-listed site… Read More »


Photographer of the week – Ask Roz

By | June 23, 2015

This week’s photographer of the week is Ask Roz Blue Mountains herself. Most photos are taken on an iPhone around the upper part of the Blue Mountains. >> To find other great things to see and do in the Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Oberon Regions get your FREE Ask Roz Blue Mountains Apple or Android app.… Read More »