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Blue Mountains Tourist : Winter 2011
KATOOMBA TOWN CENTRE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS HERITAGE MOTELS Blackheath Holiday Cabins • Located in the last 19th century village in the mountains • Ideally situated in the centre of all the Blue Mountains' best attractions • Self Contained Accommodation • Luxury Spa Cabins with views available 42 GREAT WESTERN HWY MOUNT VICTORIA NSW 2786 For bookings or enquiries Phone (02) 4787 1256 www.cedarlodgecabins.com.au Quiet bushland setting. Close to Govetts Leap, National Park, Bushwalks, Playgrounds, swimming pool and railway station. Each cabin features slow combustion wood fire, modern kitchen with full amenities, sleeps up to five people. Open decking, smart comfortable furnishings. Two bedrooms, each with ensuite. c / - New Ivanhoe Hotel, Blackheath 2785 Phone: (02) 4782 2652 www.bluemountainsbudget.com Cost per 2 bedroom cottage $105 per night • Weekend minimum 2 nights • Air Conditioned • Central Heating • Queen/King Beds • Ensuites • LCD TV • WiFi • Microwaves • Laundry • Games Room • BBQ • Internet Kiosk Best value/position AAA 3.5 star accommodation in the CENTRE of Katoomba AAA/NRMA PH (02) 4782 1266 www.katoombamotel.com 218-224 Katoomba Street, KATOOMBA 2780 Fax (02 email email@example.com $ *Sta •S •C •F Ideal family or group holiday! BLUE MOUNTAINS 1 Lapstone Zig Zag walking track. Built 1867 2 Tourist Information Centre, Glenbrook 3 National Park - Glenbrook area, bushwalks, picnics, camping 4 Lennox Bridge. Built 1833. Glenbrook, Oldest bridge on Australia's mainland 5 Wascoe Siding Miniature Railway, Blaxland. BBQs, kiosk 6 Valley Heights Locomotive Depot Heritage Museum 7 Springwood-Bushwalks, Sassafras Gully & Birdwood Gully 8 Norman Lindsay Gallery, Faulconbridge. (National Trust) Former home of the famous artist/writer 9 Bull's Camp, Woodford. Former convict camp site, relics, picnics 10 Selwood Science Puzzles Hazelbrook. 'Selwood' classic mid-Victorian house (National Trust Classification) 11 Lawson, Adelina, Junction, Federal & Cataract Falls Bushwalks 12 Everglades Gardens 13 Grandview Hotel, Wentworth Falls 14 Wentworth Falls Lake, BBQ's picnics, adventure playground 15 Wentworth Falls - Lookouts, bushwalks, spectacular waterfall. Valley of the Waters Reserve, picnic facilities, playground 16 Cliff Drive, Katoomba - Leura Renowned drive along cliff tops, breathtaking panoramic views, lookouts, picnic spots 17 Gordon Falls Reserve, Leura, picnics, bushwalks along cliff tops and to Lyrebird Dell 18 Leura Cascades 19 Leura Village, Famous Village Fair and Garden Festival in October 20 Leuralla, Leura, NSW Toy & Railway Museum 21 Plaza Food & Souvenirs Tourist Information & accommodation services 22 Tourist Information Centre, Echo Point, Katoomba, 9am/5pm daily 23 The Three Sisters, Echo Point, floodlit 24 Giant Stairway, Echo Point 25 Katoomba Falls and Cascades, Cliff Drive, floodlit 26 Scenic World, Cliff Drive 27 Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, circa 1882 BOOK NOW! • A spectacular Jamison Valley view • Open every day from 10am-5pm • Hot & cold meals, coffee, cool drinks and cakes • Terrace BBQ with an array of seafood, meat and vegetarian specialities Scenic World -- a Hammon Family company Dine with the Three Sisters Enjoy fine seasonal menus and one of the best views in the world at our Skyway restaurant! • It's the only restaurant with a full view of the famous Sisters -- and because it has a revolving floor, every guest gets to share the view. • We're open for a buffet lunch from 11.30am-3.00pm every day. Adults: $35 per person. Children aged 4-13: pay $1 for each year of their age. Bookings are recommended. Phone (02) 4780 0200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Scenic World -- a Hammon Family company DISCOV www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au winter 2011 20