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The Parlour Bar at Hotel Blue

The Parlour Bar at Hotel Blue

88 Lurline Street, (Corner Lurline and Merriwa Streets), Katoomba, New South Wales, 2780
Email: admin@hotelblue.com.au
Website: www.hotelblue.com.au
9206099 Phone Number: 61 02 4782 6922

Hotel Blue's boutique Parlour Bar, adjoining the Guest Lounge, offers a wide selection of wines, beers and spirits, and particularly showcases the produce of regional wineries and breweries. Wines from throughout the Blue Mountains and Central Ranges of New South Wales are featured. Boutique beers from near and far are also on offer. On a warm summer's afternoon, a local Blue Mountains apple cider is the perfect refreshment. The Parlour Bar also features a selection of timeless 1920s-inspired cocktails, perfectly themed to the Parlour Bar's opulent art deco décor. The cocktail list features forgotten gems such as the "Bee's Knees," the "Gin Rickey" and the "South Side", as well as old favourites like the Martini, the Sidecar and the Mint Julep. A casual dinner menu, featuring wood-fired pizzas, mouth-watering Polish dumplings, chicken wings and more, is available every Friday and Saturday night.

Lennox Bridge

Lennox Bridge in The Blue Mountains

Mitchells Pass, Glenbrook, New South Wales, 2773
Email: tourism@bmcc.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.visitbluemountains.com.au

Lennox Bridge on Mitchells Pass at Glenbrook is the oldest stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland. This elegant single span stone arch bridge was built in local stone and completed in 1833 by David Lennox using unskilled convict labour. It took one year to complete. The sandstone was quarried nearby and the bridge carried all the traffic to western New South Wales until 1926. An early engineering masterpiece.

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.

McMahons Point Ride, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Steve Alton/NSW Government

McMahon's Point ride - Wentworth Falls

McMahon's Point ride - Wentworth Falls, Wentworth Falls, New South Wales, 2782
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/blue-mountains-national-park/mcmahons-point-ride-wentworth-falls/cycling

18km (one way) - 0 hour - Medium difficulty For unending views across Lake Burragorang and the vast wilderness beyond, grab a bike or enjoy 4WD driving along McMahon's Point - Wentworth Falls. A spectacular cycling day trip, this track follows an unsealed road from Wentworth Falls south along the cliff-line. Of medium difficulty, with a number of steep climbs, it's ideally suited to riders looking for a ... Visit website for more info

Windyridge Garden - Mt Wilson

Windyridge Garden Mount Wilson

Queens Avenue, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, 2786
Website: www.windyridge-mtwilson.com
9079855 Phone Number: 61 02 4756 2019
Fax Number: 61 02 4756 2038

Windyridge Gardens at Mount Wilson dates from 1877, with the first planted tree, a Swiss Christmas Tree (Abies amabilis) in August 1945. Now the garden includes Cedrus deodara, copper beech, pin oaks, maples, ginkos, azaleas, rhododendrons, dogwoods and nyssas. During Easter 1995, Rodger and Wai Davidson, of Davidson's Nurseries at Galston, in Sydney, purchased Windyridge to accommodate their expanding collection of cold climate plants. Work commenced under Wai's supervision to transform Windyridge into a grand garden. After tree maintenance work, Landscape Architect Gordon Sykes was retained to terrace and plant a vast grassy slope and give substance to the new owners' vision. Mount Wilson is just two hours northwest of Sydney, 3,000 feet above sea level and ringed by cool green rainforests.

Ben Roberts Cafe and Gallery

Ben Roberts Cafe and Gallery

10 Benang Street, Lawson, New South Wales, 2783
Email: ozarts1@pnc.com.au
9119339 Phone Number: 61 02 4759 1511

Ben Roberts Cafe and Gallery is a delightful venue in Lawson. The original cottage was built by Ben Roberts in 1893 and was occupied by tradesmen such as the local boot-maker and coal merchant. It is now fully renovated with a modern cafe decorated with original artworks by well known Blue Mountains artists and seating for 50 inside and out. The attached gallery exhibitions change regularly with various featured artists. A lively new program is planned for 2015. The cafe and gallery are currently closed for a Summer break and for some refurbishment. Look out for some exciting innovations, including evening opening, from the beginning of February.

Hartley Courthouse quarters, Hartley Historic Site. Photo: John Spencer

Hartley Courthouse

Jenolan Caves Road, Hartley, New South Wales, 2790
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/hartley-historic-site/hartley-courthouse/historic-site

Hartley Courthouse was designed by colonial architect Mortimer Lewis in the Grecian Revival style. Still largely intact and constructed solidly of locally quarried sandstone, it is an imposing building, as it was designed to be. The three doorways provided entrances for prisoners, the public and magistrates and visitors can examine the cellblock that housed prisoners and convicts. Many notorious bushrangers and cattle thieves were kept here and inside the cells, with their bars and bolts still in position, you can imagine the thoughts of men used to roaming the country locked up tight in this remote prison. As the convict system faded into history, and Hartley was bypassed by the new railway, the need for a courthouse here diminished. Benefits were held in this grand old building during World War II, and nowadays visitors can wander through, reading... Visit website for more info

Sandy Beach, Charles Darwin Walk, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Steve Alton/NSW Government

Charles Darwin walk

Darwins Track, Wentworth Falls, New South Wales, 2782
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/blue-mountains-national-park/charles-darwin-walk/walking

3.5km (return) - 2 hour (each way) - Easy difficulty Historic Charles Darwin walk will have you following in the footsteps of the naturalist most famous for his theory of evolution. A popular and easy walk with early tourists to the Blue Mountains, Charles Darwin walked this track in 1836. This walk follows the beautiful Jamison Creek south to the top of Wentworth Falls where you can take a ... Visit website for more info

Springwood Sports Club

Springwood Sports Club

83 Macquarie Road, Springwood, New South Wales, 2777
Email: admin@springwoodsports.com.au
Website: www.springwoodsports.com.au
9132711 Phone Number: 61 02 4751 1298
Fax Number: 61 02 4751 2295

Springwood Sports Club is located in the heart of the Blue Mountains, just 15 minutes from Penrith and 30 minutes from Katoomba. Newly rebuilt with a brand new contemporary design, the club features lounge areas for members and guests, indoor and alfresco dining areas, an outdoor terrace, sports lounge, bowlers lounge, gaming lounge, multiple function rooms and two bowling green's which cater for local and visiting bowlers. Other activities include bingo, darts and raffles, free live-entertainment, dinner shows, TAB, Keno and badge draws. Their Brasserie is open for dining seven days a week for lunch and dinner and has a cafe service with fresh cakes and biscuits available all day.

Glenbrook Village Gifts and Homewares

Glenbrook Village Gifts and Homewares

25 Park Street, Glenbrook, New South Wales, 2773
Email: susan@glenbrookgifts.com.au
Website: www.glenbrookgifts.com.au
9211413 Phone Number: 61 02 4739 9300

Glenbrook Village Gifts and Homewares is the place to find that special gift or something beautiful for your home They have a large range of stylish products, an eclectic mix of homewares and interior decor. Their passion for things that are unique means they are always searching for new and exciting products to add to their extensive range. Their treasures come from all points of the globe. The range of homewares includes an extensive collection of Wall Art canvas and metal, unusual pieces of furniture, chairs, cushions and throws, a large range of Amalfi products, beautiful glassware, lamps, a range of fashion jewellery including Cool Coconut and AnnaNova, scarfs, handbags and wallets, Abode Aroma aromatic diffusers, SAKitToMe Envirotrend shopping bags. Australian made items include Illuminate soy candles from Sydney, Woolly "Aussie" Foot Warmers with 100 per cent Australian wool, and Evodia Australian made and owned hand creams, soap and cosmetics.