World Heritage Adventure for All

World Heritage Adventure for All

By Ellen Hill

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Celebrate Yulefest in the Blue Mountains

Celebrate Yulefest in the Blue Mountains

Crackling fireplaces, steaming drinks, cheery decorations, rousing entertainment and even the possibility of snow-dusted landscapes, all just 90 minutes from Sydney by car, tour bus or train. Welcome to Yulefest in the Blue Mountains, writes Ellen Hill.

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Sleeping with the Past

Sleeping with the Past

In the mid-19th century, the village of Hartley, just beyond the winding descent of Victoria Pass, was the most significant administrative centre west of the Blue Mountains, its stately Courthouse a symbol of its importance in the colonial judicial system. Perfectly preserved and looking like a ready-made film set, this quaint little collection of cottages and churches is today managed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, with a self-guided tour and interpretive signage bringing history to life.

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Plan Your Autumn Arts Escape

Plan Your Autumn Arts Escape

by Louise Wallace

If nature, world class artworks and stunning landscapes are what you crave, Sculpture at Scenic World is the art exhibition for you.

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Walk to Wellness

Walk to Wellness

Give your health a kick start on one of these accessible bushwalks in the Blue Mountains. By Julie Miller

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The Tonic You Need

The Tonic You Need

“Rising mists everywhere, giving place to glorious sunlight, with peeps of blue sky above…: an atmosphere light, cold, and exhilarating in the extreme; such is the scene that greets us as we fling up our window at The Carrington, one of the most comfortable and convenient hotels in all Australia.” (Sydney Mail & NSW Advertiser February 1891)

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