Tag Archives: Blue Mountains Visitor eMag

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. 


The Journey of the White-throated Treecreeper

By | June 29, 2022

The White-throated Treecreeper (Climacteris picumnus) has an appearance quite unlike any other member of the bird family Cisticolidae in which it belongs, and it exhibits its own unique behaviour. The treecreeper is one of Australia’s small birds, but it can often be heard before it is seen; its loud, piping call is a common sound… Read More »


Home of the original Yulefest Christmas in July

By | June 1, 2022

Hotel Mountain Heritage (formerly The California) is proud to be the original home of Yulefest! Originally known as Christmas In July, this most unusual “out-of-season” festive season was created by the previous owner of the Hotel Mountain Heritage, Garry Crockett who wanted to bring the wonder and magic of a European white Christmas to a… Read More »


A closer look at the Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby

By | May 24, 2022

Petrogale penicillata, commonly known as the brush-tailed rock-wallaby or small-eared rock-wallaby, is a kind of wallaby that can be found in the Blue Mountains and southeastern Queensland in Australia. They can be seen throughout the upper Blue Mountains and at Jenolan Caves. Rock wallabies are endemic to Australia. What does the brush-tailed rock-wallaby look like?… Read More »


Blue Mountains Walking Tracks ~ Open and Closed

By | March 10, 2024

Walking tracks and Lookouts in the Blue Mountains are managed by National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) and the Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC). There is no single list that shows who manages what, and neither organisation sends out alerts, so the only way to know what’s open or closed is to check via the… Read More »


Ask Roz Blue Mountains eMags

By | March 24, 2021