There is so much to do in the Blue Mountains...

 one day just isn't enough!

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We often have guests extend their bookings when they arrive as they want to experience more of what's on offer.. and that's usually just the most popular walks that we tell them about..the tip of the iceberg. Sometimes it's not possible to extend when you arrive as we are already booked out. Don't have to miss out - extend your stay now! 

 

We are of course happy to answer any specific questions before or during your stay - just ask us.

One of the most popular things people come to the Blue Mountains for is the extensive network of bushwalks. 

We can help you plan the best walks for you when you come to stay.  We also have books for our guests to borrow during their stay and free maps. There are options for all fitness levels - even if it's just taking more time to get through all the stairs!

Bushwalks

Into photography, or want to learn from world renowned professionals?

This is the place for you!

Ask us about the local photography tours, workshops, and local galleries.

Photography

Looking to learn more about this beautiful place?

There are many options, including winery tours, eco tours, 4WD tours, sunset tours, night tours, ghost tours, photography tours.

We are happy to put you in touch with the locals who run these tours.   You wont be disappointed!

Tours

Short or long, fast or slow, easy or hard, there is a running event designed just for you!

From easy Parkruns, to Ultra Marathons, the Blue Mountains is the host of many well known events.

Some of them just need to be seen to be believed !

 For example...

Running events

We can pretty much guarantee that you have not been to a movie theatre like Mount Vic Flicks 

We also have more conventional cinemas for those hot or rainy days at The Edge

Into the theatre and watch a stage show?  Come and check this out at the Blue Mountains Theatre

Film and Theatre

Easily accessible from your stay at the most unique hostel @ No. 14 Lovel St is the most unique tourist attraction in the Blue Mountains.

Scenic world has a great history, great rides and great service.   

It is a must see as part of your Blue Mountains Itinerary!

Enjoy :)

Scenic World

You will be pleasantly surprised by the quantity and quality of .music and events in the Blue Mountains area.   We were when we moved here a few years ago..    We have seen more internationally renowned artists than we did when we lived in Sydney.

Just a few examples..., 

Ask us for more info.

Events and Music

With many lookouts easily accessible to the train stations, and/or the car, there are hundreds of places to view the Blue Mountains which is a rugged region west of Sydney in Australia’s New South Wales. Known for dramatic scenery, it encompasses steep cliffs, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls.

Here is a sneak preview of some of the most popular.

World Class views

High and Wild has been leading the way in Blue Mountains adventure tours since 1989.

They are a group of skilled and passionate outdoor adventurers whose aim is to provide people from all parts of the world and all walks of life an opportunity to experience the beauty and wonder of the Blue Mountains.

High'n'Wild offer Canyoning, Abseiling, Rock Climbing, and Bush Survival experiences.

Use promo code No14 to get a 10% discount when you book! 

Go to High'n'Wild for more information

Abseiling, Rock Climbing and Canyoning

If you are an experienced traveller, you will probably be familiar with the "Hop On Hop Off Bus".  They are a great way to get your bearings and check out the most popular locations.

Their ticket doubles as a guidebook with lots of local discounts and maps. They also extend a one day pass to up to three days for the same price!

 

Don't disregard them if you're interested in bushwalking. You can use the hop on hop off service and do big & small walks at and in between stops. 

Hop on here for more info

Blue Mountains Explorer Hop On Hop Off Bus

You can either bring your own, or hire a bike locally.

Many tracks to choose from with various levels of difficulty.

A great way to explore the Mountains!

Mountain Biking

Many people come to the Mountains with the misconception that Jenolan Caves is closer to Katoomba. The Caves are about 1.5 hours' drive from Katoomba. If you don't have your own car, there is only one option for you and that is CDC Tours who have a daily trip that leaves from outside The Carrington Hotel at 1030am and doesn't get back until 5pm. In that time, you can get a maximum of two cave tours, as the set tour times need to be worked into the bus leaves for the return trip at 3.30pm. 

If you self drive then you have more flexibility of course. We can also book the Cave tours, and give you a 5% discount when we book direct.

Jenolan Caves

Definitely worth a visit if you can spare the time!

The vast array of flora is beautifully laid out on 28 hectares within a World Heritage Area and is focused on the conservation of cool climate plants.   Maybe buy a Waratah, and chill out while having coffee.

Located 45 mins drive from No. 14 Lovel St, a visit to the garden will make you feel a world away.

More details.

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden – Mount Tomah

The Blue Mountains is located within the Country of the Darug and Gundungurra peoples. We have a lot of options if culture and arts of all kinds is your thing, including the Cultural Centre., Lost Bear Art Gallery, Norman Lindsay Gallery,  Gallery ONE88 Fine Arts,,John Wilson Gallery ,Leuralla Toy and Railway MuseumNolan on Lovel Gallery , Falls Gallery, Gallery Blackheath,, Rex-Livingston ArtMt Vic Gallery

Arts and Culture

There are a few stunning natural waterholes for you to cool off in ( probably not a good idea for winter! ) .   Here a few for you to consider...

  • Ingar Campground, Wentworth Falls.

  • Minnehaha Falls, Katoomba.

  • Silver Cascades, Mount Victoria. 

  • Paradise Pool, Linden

  • Jellybean Pool, Glenbrook.

Swimming

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