Blue Mountains News
Blue Mountains Tourism response to COVID-19
BMT president and Blue Mountains Explorer Bus owner Jason Cronshaw said the tourism organisation was closely monitoring the situation.
"We will of course take any new advice from NSW Heath but for now, it is business as usual and we welcome visitors who want to get away from crowds, breath our fresh mountain air and enjoy the space of our grand backyard."
Tourism business owners such as hoteliers, restauranteurs, attraction operators and retailers have taken precautions like extra cleaning and providing guests with hand sanitiser as required.
Blue Mountains Music Festival has also been cancelled by organisers as a precaution.
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Blue Mountains Limousines & Vintage Cadillacs We can collect prepaid and boxed goods from Pharmacies and Shops between Blackheath and Wentworth Falls.
Lindsay's Cafe We hope this increases your safety, keeps you healthy, and able to care for others.
Little Wombat Gallery and Roslyn Elms Images We are closing until 11th April 2020 TBC
Ribbon Gum Lodge No better place to self-distance family than Ribbon Gum Lodge. 5 Nights-$999, 4 Nights-$849, 3 Nights-$679
Majestic View Cottages We will not be accepting any new bookings at this time for NON ESSENTIAL travel as per Government guidelines