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Blue Mountains and Bushfires

Blue Mountains and Bushfires

For thousands of years the Blue Mountains have been devastated with bush fires these are caused by dry lightning strikes due to the heavy ironstone content in the rocks and soil of the Blue Mountains. This ironstone acts as an earth to the lighting charges in the air...
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Furber Stairs Blue Mountains

Furber Stairs Blue Mountains

This walk is excellent and is in a great location. If you are up for a great walk of around 30 minutes you will love this. Some beautiful rain forest scenery and you can even take a detour to the midway point of the Katoomba falls. It is is always dark and sinister when...
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Ruined Castle Walk Blue Mountains

Ruined Castle Walk Blue Mountains

The Ruined Castle Walking Track connects with the Federal Pass in Katoomba, guiding bush walkers towards the Ruined Castle, one of the most iconic landmarks in the Jamison Valley. The track begins at the famous Golden Stairs and slowly descends into the valley until ...
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Parramatta River Cat Ferries

Parramatta River Cat Ferries

For those who must do the ferry return to the city this is the best one. It is far less crowded, and travels much faster than the big ferry. We do not guarantee this ferry return to the city but there there is a ferry every 30 minutes or so. There is a ferry departur...
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Jenolan Caves Blue Mountains

Jenolan Caves Blue Mountains

These caves are located near the town of Oberon. This area is a protected area within the Blue Mountains national Park. Of all the caves in the world the Jenolan Caves system is recognized as the oldest geological formation.The clay has been dated by Sydney Universit...
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Eagles Nest Lookout Blue Mountains

Eagles Nest Lookout Blue Mountains

This is another view of the Blue Mountains and the Three Sisters in the Jamison Valley. A favourite location with photographers who love the afternoon and evening sunlight on the Three Sisters to give a late afternoon glow, the photo at the front of this website was tak...
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Kings Table Land and Lincolns Rock

Kings Table Land and Lincolns Rock

Kings Tableland is part of the traditional land of the Gundungurra Aboriginal People who have lived in the Blue Mountains for over 20,000 years. It was a traditional meeting place for the local aboriginal people and was a very significant spiritual site as well. They wo...
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The early crossing of the Blue Mountains

The early crossing of the Blue Mountains

For tens of thousands of years there has been aboriginal occupation in the Blue Mountains. In the early days of settlement in the colony of New South Wales There was a belief that you could reach China if you cross the Blue Mountains. Such a simple idea and the gover...
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