Award-winning day & overnight tours
Award-winning day & overnight tours

 

Award-winning day & overnight tours
Lifes an Adventure
World's Steepest Railway
Worlds Steepest RailwayWorlds Steepest Railway
Scenic World Blue Mountains
Glimpse the simple life
Glimpse the simple lifeGlimpse the simple life
Wollemi Wilderness Cabin
Relax in your own private spa
Relax in your own private spaRelax in your own private spa
Eagle View Escape
First Class Executive Self Contained Cottages
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The Lookout Echo Point

The Lookout Echo Point

Blue Mountains Newest Tourist Attraction

Perched on the edge of the Blue Mountains Echo Point escarpment, with breathtaking views of the valley and Three Sisters, unrivalled by any other venue in the mountains, The Lookout Echo Point is a world class food, wine and hospitality venue. Encompassing a destination restaurant, café and wine bar featuring ‘Heritage Cuisine’ menus including produce from our very own Heritage Garden.
Location: Katoomba

Scenic World

Scenic World

A Must See For Blue Mountains Visitors!

Scenic World has two food & beverage outlets EATS270 and the Terrace Cafe. The former Scenic Restaurant has recently reopened as an international eatery. EATS270 includes four food outlets with Asian, Indian, Italian and Australian inspired meals. Diverse lunch menus feature seasonal produce sourced lcoally where possible available in arguably the most picturesque lunch spot in the Blue Mountains. Hot beverages, snacks, baked goods and cold drinks are available from our Terrace Caf, with outdoor seating available.
Location: Katoomba

Blue Mountains Sparadise

Blue Mountains Sparadise

Blue Mountains Sparadise

An enchanting corner of the earth where healthy living takes center stage, a Shangri-La for both body and soul. To top off your experience of a lifetime, stop by at The Tea room where you can enjoy some simple Japanese meal while savoring one of our different organic herbal teas brewed from the best of our very own herbs, the bulk of which are exported to various parts of the world. Our teas are also available for sale.
Location: South Bowenfels

Ambermere Rose Inn

Ambermere Rose Inn (originally named Rose Inn) was first licensed in 1845 and operated as a public house and then a Cobb & Co staging post until 1873. When the railway opened up the western corridor, road travel became less preferred and the Inn ceased operations in 1873. A private residence for over a century Ambermere Rose went through meticulous restorations before re-opening the doors to the public in April 2010.
Location: Little Hartley

Megalong Australia Heritage Centre

Experience horse riding in the wilderness and the unique aspects of rural life at the Megalong Australian Heritage Centre in Megalong Valley. The Centre is...
Location: Megalong Valley

Secret Creek Café and Restaurant

We aim to conserve the indigenous flavours of Australia by using native ingredients. We source all of our produce as locally as possible and we...
Location: Lithgow

Avalon Restaurant

The Dining Room boasts spectacular mountain views overlooking the Jamieson Valley. The Deco Architecture is complemented by an ecclectic collection of furnishings and Artwork. The...
Location: Katoomba
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