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Jenolan Caves the Magic of Time

Jenolan Caves the Magic of Time

For Sydney residents and tourists alike, the Blue Mountains region is the ultimate day trip destination. With breath taking scenery, wonderful bushwalking and a host of other outdoor activities to experience and enjoy, all just 90 minutes from Sydney, this World Heritag...
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The Railways and the Blue Mountains

The Railways and the Blue Mountains

When you look back at the history of the Blue Mountains, there are several events and moments that stand out as being crucially important. The famous crossing of the mountains by Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson in 1813 was undoubtedly the headline act, and let’s not fo...
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Gordon Falls Lookout

Gordon Falls Lookout

This rock is amazing. It stands out from the cliff at a place called the Baltzer Lookout near Blackheath. It is reached on foot along a management track along the Burramoko Ridge. It is a huge shard of Sandstone and seems to hang in the air. The challenging nature of th...
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Warrimoo Valley Heights

Warrimoo Valley Heights

This rock is amazing. It stands out from the cliff at a place called the Baltzer Lookout near Blackheath. It is reached on foot along a management track along the Burramoko Ridge. It is a huge shard of Sandstone and seems to hang in the air. The challenging nature of th...
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Echo Point Blue Mountains

Echo Point Blue Mountains

This rock is amazing. It stands out from the cliff at a place called the Baltzer Lookout near Blackheath. It is reached on foot along a management track along the Burramoko Ridge. It is a huge shard of Sandstone and seems to hang in the air. The challenging nature of th...
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Mountain Devil Flower Blue Mountains

Mountain Devil Flower Blue Mountains

This is a unique small shrub with a beautiful flower. It has a small kernel underneath and when the flower wilts away the little kernel takes the shape of a devil. It is quite rare in the Blue Mountains but we know where a Mountain Devil shrub is growing....
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