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Things to See & Do

Due to Covid 19 restrictions, you are advised to call ahead to check all events and venues are open for business.

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Open Gardens


Reinvigorate the senses and revive your soul by visiting the many open gardens in Spring and others that are open all year round.  One of the benefits of choosing Blue Mountains accommodation for your next short break.

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Italian Cooking Classes


Onsite at our place, classes range from hand crafted pasta*, sauces & more. Classes are hands on & include eating what's made in class. Plus a glass or two of wine! We also run Adult and Child classes.

Details  *recognised by Mtns Made
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On any weekend of the year in the Blue Mtns you're sure to find a Makers
or Growers market.
Buy unique and fresh and take home a little piece of the area's creatives!


Leisure Activities


Where does one begin?

Browse through antique shops in charming country villages, stop for a coffee, go bushwalking through lush rain forests and down to valleys, swim in a waterfall, try a photographic weekend, visit an art gallery, go mushroom foraging, motorbike riding, wine tasting, go stargazing and see spectacular vistas. What about a road trip encompassing a range of these ...

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Events and Festivals

Mar            Equinox Festival of the Senses

Apr-May   Sculpture at Scenic World
                    Mushroom Foraging

May            Ultratrail

Jul              Yuletide (Xmas in July)

Oct           Leura Village Festival

Nov           Blackheath Rhododendron Festival

TBC          Edible Garden Trail

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Cultural Sites


The Blue Mountains in NSW is a World Heritage Listed site due to its unique plants and animals. From waterfalls, caves, valleys and vistas, you will find yourself in constant awe.

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