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The creation of the Blue Mountains

The creation of the Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains is a very unique mountain range 80 km to the west of Sydney and was created by volcanic action and erosion. For 170 million years huge deposits of sandstone and mud pushed upwards from volcanic action underneath making sandstone the dominant rock o...
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Hartley Village Blue Mountains

Hartley Village Blue Mountains

his small Western village in the Blue Mountains became an overnight stop for the coaches coming down or ready to ascend the Blue Mountains from 1816. It had some beautiful buildings erected in the 1830’s namely the old Courthouse and St Bernard’s Presbytery. The ...
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Katoomba Falls Blue Mountains

Katoomba Falls Blue Mountains

This is a great waterfall and very visible from many locations. From the Cliff lookout, from the Skyway, or from down below in the valley these falls are very visible. They are at their best after heavy rain which is the case with the photo above. If you are in Sydney a...
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Hanging Rock Blue Mountains

Hanging Rock 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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Hairpin Banksia Blue Mountains

Hairpin Banksia Blue Mountains

This is another plant which is very unusual. It is in the shape of a hairbrush and it is very sort after for the nectar from bees and birds. A very intricate flower is really is most unique. There are plenty of these plants around the Blue Mountains and you will have no...
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