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Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains Heritage Centre, end of Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath, New South Wales, 2785
Email: Bluemountains.heritagecentre@environment.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.nationalparks.com.au
9146984 Phone Number: 61 02 4787 8877

It's big, blue and beautiful! Blue Mountains National Park is located just 60 kilometres west of Sydney. It is unique in it's history, its wildlife and world famous scenery. The landscape is part of the traditional country of Aboriginal people including Daruk, Gundungurra, Wiradjuri and Dharwal. The park includes the Grose Wilderness, dedicated for its wild unspoilt natural beauty. At Katoomba see the Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls. Glenbrook, (45 minutes from Sydney) has camping areas, scenic picnic areas, Aboriginal cultural sites and swimming holes. There are 300 kilometres of heritage walking tracks and hundreds of lookouts, most within easy reach of a string of train stations. It's a wilderness made easy to get to! Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, this park is internationally recognised and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2000 for its outstanding and universal values of significance for all people.

South Lawson waterfall circuit

South Lawson Waterfall Circuit

Honour Avenue, Lawson, New South Wales, 2783
Email: info@bluemountainscitytourism.com.au
Website: www.bluemountainscitytourism.com.au

South Lawson Waterfall Circuit is three kilometres long and traverses South Lawson Park passing four very different waterfalls: Adelina Falls, sand lined Federal Falls, Cataract Falls and Junction Falls - an amphitheatre of cascading water. This historic walking circuit is popular with locals and is just over one kilometre from the Lawson Railway Station.

Blue Mountains Walking Track, Wentworth Falls

Blue Mountains Walking Tracks

Blue Mountain National Park, Blackheath, New South Wales, 2785
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

Enjoy the beauty of the Blue Mountains by taking a walk through the forests. Discover the diversity of the area as you travel through natural landscapes and those that exhibit the shaping hand of human occupation. There is a walk to tempt everyone - from a gentle stroll to the Blue Pool, a more difficult climb to see the Aboriginal hand paintings or the challenging Wentworth Falls track. The Blue Mountains are waiting to be explored by you.

Monkey Creek

Monkey Creek Cafe

227 Chifley Road, Bell, New South Wales, 2786
Email: hatter@pnc.com.au
Website: www.hattershideout.com.au/monkeycreekcafe.htm
9164110 Phone Number: 61 02 6355 2777

The Monkey Creek Cafe is the latest outstanding building design by owner/proprietor Mark O'Carrigan. Inspired by the natural curved roof of the Hat Cave, Monkey Creek Cafe comfortably seats 40 in the nastiest of weather making it an ideal venue to watch the spectacular Blue Mountains' climatic changes. Drop by for a meal, or contact them to discuss your special event.

Pod Therapy

iKOU Day Spa

181a-183a Leura Mall, Leura, New South Wales, 2780
Email: spa@ikou.com.au
Website: www.ikouspa.com.au
9188938 Phone Number: 61 02 4784 3344

rest . relax . restore Award winning iKOU Day Spa in Leura, New South Wales, is an eco sanctuary, a pristine environment free of chemicals. iKOU Day Spa seamlessly blends eco concepts with modern luxury, leading the way in eco-spa treatments. They use green energy for power, and burn 100 per cent natural wax iKOU candles. Their Spa towels and robes are organic cotton, and luxurious, heated Spa treatment beds are made from renewable bamboo and recycled metals. iKOU skincare is formulated on the knowledge and wisdom of global spa culture, using luxurious organic and plant derived ingredients that work wholistically and make every treatment a sensory journey. The full ranges of iKOU products are available at the iKOU store located only a few doors up from iKOU Day Spa.

Weirder the Better

Weirder the Better

Shop 11 1-13 Katoomba Street, Katoomba, New South Wales, 2780
Email: sales@weirderthebetter.com.au
Website: www.weirderthebetter.com.au
9145598 Phone Number: 61 02 4782 9806
Fax Number: 61 02 4782 5963

Weirder the Better is a Circus Shop in Katoomba. Browse through the wide range of circus equipment including juggling balls, magic, unicycles, juggling clubs, rings, diabolo devil sticks, spinning plates, fire poi staff, hula hoops, stilts, yoyos and so much more. They even have a Penny Farthing! Weirder the Better also have a range of officially licensed Cirque Du Soleil products. At Weirder the Better it's their mission to provide you with the best quality circus equipment by sourcing it from all over the globe. Whether you're a professional looking to add another juggling ball to your act or just starting out looking for your very first unicycle, they've got everything you could possibly need. If you're not from the area, try browsing their online store for a full range of products. Professional circus equipment from poi and stilts, to family fun products, like a hula hoop and clowning paraphernalia.

Wedding at Leuralla Ampitheatre

Leuralla Amphitheatre

36 Olympian Parade, Leura, New South Wales, 2780
Email: leuralla@bigpond.com
Website: www.leuraweddings.com
9182320 Phone Number: 61 02 4784 1169

The Leuralla Amphitheatre in Leura offers a location of great natural beauty, where privacy and extensive views go hand in hand to forge an unforgettable experience. The stunning Leuralla Amphitheatre is not just a event location. When not booked it is open to the public, providing access to the breathtaking views of the Jamison Valley beyond. A perfect place from which to paint or sketch the view, or just sit in the amphitheatre and relax. Leuralla Amphitheatre is just across the road from the Leuralla Toy and Railway Museum. Capture your wedding ceremony or event with the fantastic backdrop of the Jamison Valley National Park. The Amphitheatre is suitable for an intimate wedding or a grand occasion.

Faulconbridge Antiques

Faulconbridge Antiques

448 Great Western Highway, Faulconbridge, New South Wales, 2776
Email: faulconbridgeantiques@bigpond.com
Website: www.faulconbridgeantiques.com
9187671 Phone Number: 61 02 4751 7627

As you enter the village of Faulconbridge, your eyes will be captured by a spectacular black and white mural of Greta Garbo on the side of a building. You have discovered Faulconbridge's worst kept secret. Faulconbridge Antiques, unlike antiques shops of the past known to be dark and dusty, celebrates the flow of natural light. Superb presentation showcases the large range of quality porcelain, glass and fine furniture which amazes all who enter Faulconbridge Antiques. Specialising in fine quality items from the Victorian, Art Deco and Vintage periods through to tomorrows treasures and heirlooms, each piece is personally selected. For a small sample of the wonders available, please visit the web site. To view the whole kit and caboodle, head on out to Faulconbridge. You will not be disappointed.

NSW Toy and Railway Museum

NSW Toy and Railway Museum and Leuralla Gardens

36 Olympian Parade, Leura, New South Wales, 2780
Email: leuralla@bigpond.com
Website: www.toyandrailwaymuseum.com.au
9058927 Phone Number: 61 02 4784 1169
Fax Number: 61 02 4784 2462

Discover a unique collection of fabulous children's toys and trains at the Toy and Railway Museum. Explore a grand home and glorious gardens. Thousands of delighted families and collectors can't be wrong: it's a definite must for the kid in us all. Families and serious collectors alike can explore pre- and post-war toys including dolls, teddy bears, lead figures, comics and books, tinplate trains, aeroplanes, automobiles and working model-railway layouts. It features NSW Railway trackside and station memorabilia including lights, trolleys, seats, signals and signs. Set in five hectares of beautiful cool-climate gardens, the property was laid out at the turn of the century. This includes the spectacular amphitheatre - a popular location for photo shoots and wedding ceremonies. Its weathered sandstone and Bathurst slate mirror the changing character of the great sandstone cliffs and blue vistas of the Jamison Valley, over which it gives extensive views.

Tommy Ruff

Tommy Ruff Fishmonger

238 Great Western Highway, Blackheath, New South Wales, 2785

If the name isn't hint enough, the fact is that Tommy Ruff Fishmonger brings you the best of Sydney gourmand shopping, in Blackheath. Specialising in fresh seafood, perfectly stored cheeses and a range of gourmet products from Australia and abroad. Head on in and sample the wonderful delicacies available. Find some old favourites or discover new ones.

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