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Botanical Garden
“Find out about the Wollemi Pine (dinosaur tree). Beautiful range of garden styles to wander around. Good for kids to run and be free. School holiday activities too. Free entry. Great cafe with long, long views.”
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“It's one of the most ruggedly beautiful places in the world (and I've sen many of them!)”
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“Beautiful all year round. Spring Rhododendrons, Autumn deciduous colour change and winter native flowers. There is something to make everyone happy here. We often take a picnic rug, a bottle of wine and some nibbles to enjoy the birdsong and the clean air for a few lazy hours. ”
  • Recomendado por 11 habitantes locales
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“This is one of Lithgow's secrets - heaven for anyone who is vegan or even if you just love food and appreciate the incredible menu and surroundings - a real find!”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Campground
“If you have the time, take a day travelling out to Rylstone and visiting Dunns Swamp. Pack a picnic lunch or stop at the pub in Rylstone for something to eat. On your way back to town stop in at the Lue pub for a quick drink!”
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“This local walk connects you to the National Park however is maintained by the Blue Mountains Council. You can have a dog on a lead. It is fairly level and a lovely walk with lots of interesting plants. ”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
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“Glow Worm Caves and it is almost like stepping back into the Jurassic times! This is where they found the Wollemi Pine, never seen prior to the early 2000's! Go out to Glen Davis for some spectacular scenery and you may see lyre birds/koala's/kangaroo's etc - truly magestic!”
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“You can see Evans crown from Hickory Moon. Why not take a drive and explore the area. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the view from the top of the Crown. ”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
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“Wider than the Grand Canyon in USA. It truly is amazing to go and see this place”
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“Close to Adora Cottage. A lovely walk. Take a swim in the georgeous natural pool underneath a waterfall. ”
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“An easy drive to the unique 'pagoda country' - home to countless lyrebirds - in June the hills are alive with (their) music. Similarly in Ben Bullen State Forest (closer to us).”
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“Sassafras Gully Loop, Springwood is a 10.5km / 4-hour circuit past rock features, bushland and waterfalls. Glenbrook Creek is at the mid-point and is a great spot for a picnic. ”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes locales
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“The Street Art Walk is a dynamic, community-driven cultural treasure of the Blue Mountains, created by Street Art Murals Australia (SAMA) in partnership with the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, University of Western Sydney and relevant stakeholders in the Beverly Place precinct. The Street Art Walk displays world standard street art from all aerosol disciplines. International, national and local artists of varying experience paint large-scale artworks in this precinct through a curated process of proposal and selection. Stylistically the murals cover all street art artistic disciplines and are temporary by nature. ”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes locales
Sendero
“Great views, hidden so not many tourists. Check out the beautiful amphitheatre​ and toy statues for a small fee. Don't be mistaken that this is the only entry, if you go to the left of the white fence and down the little path between the next house, you can see views for miles! But you won't get to the amphitheatre​ unless you pay.”
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“This short but steep walk from Wentworth Falls picnic area is well worth the effort. Follow the level path past Jamison and Wentworth lookouts before descending around 200 steps to the cliff-edge Fletchers lookout. Marvel at the waterfall that gives Wentworth Falls its name, as it plunges 100m to the valley floor.”
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“Beautiful camping among the Blue Gums. If you're feeling energetic, you can do the circuit hike from Perry's Lookdown to the Blue Gum forest and then the Govett's Leap for the big climb out”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales