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Blue Mountains Tourist : Autumn 2010
Autumn is the perfect season to visit Jemby- Rinjah Eco Lodge, nestled amongst private native bushland at Blackheath. The cooler weather is ideal for outdoor activities and there are many spectacular bushwalks and beautiful lookouts just minutes from the doorstep. There's no better place to breathe in the fresh mountain air and escape the every day hustle and bustle. And in the evenings, after a day of admiring the Autumn colours, you can unwind by your very own slow combustion fireplace with a relaxing glass of wine. "Now that Summer crowds have gone it's a great time to head up the mountains for a relaxing weekend getaway," says Jemby-Rinjah's manager Christine Le Marseny. "We currently have a fantastic special where guests staying in a fully self-contained cabin receive a complimentary bottle of Jemby wine or a cheese platter on arrival, as well as a Blue Mountains voucher booklet entitling them to many great deals in the local area." Jemby-Rinjah was one of the first examples of large scale sustainable tourism in Australia. It holds Advanced Ecotourism Accreditation under the National Ecotourism Accreditation Program. The complex includes a modern conference centre with newly updated media facilities; a fully licensed restaurant with a sunken lounge area around a cozy open fire-pit; three spacious eco lodges; and ten self- contained timber cabins perfect for a family holiday or romantic getaway. The Isopogons restaurant is open to those just seeking a delicious lunch or dinner. While there, you can view some beautiful indigenous artworks and later take a stroll around the property. Jemby-Rinjah has been creating unique experiences for its guests for over 20 years and the current owners, management and staff are committed to continuing this tradition. Future improvements will include more measures to ensure sustainable, non- polluting tourism growth as well as the development of several outdoor rooms, linked by an interpretative walk, which will allow guests to more fully experience the unique bush setting. Whether you are seeking a venue for a special meal, a unique wedding or conference, Jemby-Rinjah will make you feel at one with the natural world and give you a truly memorable experience. For further information call: (02) 4787 7622 or email email@example.com www.jemby.com.au autumn 2010 www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au 17 Soak up the tranquility of the bush at Jemby-Rinjah A unique ecotourism escape Catering for groups, weddings, conferences & families • Licensed Restaurant • Holiday Cabins • Group Eco Lodges • Conference Centre • A unique venue for any occasion Phone: 02 4787 7622 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jemby.com.au Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge 336 Evans Lookout Rd BLACKHEATH NSW 2785 stay a nd play m agic Save with over Exclusive Offers Privileged Guest Card when you book your accommodation at www.bmaa.org.au Be pampered, experience the sights and sounds, be challenged, enjoy a tour, wine and dine, view cherished collectables, visit a gallery or two or a botanical wonderland. This value-plus offer can be yours by simply staying with a BMAA member of your choice. Book now! 3O Plus enter toWINa $500+ holiday!
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