All Posts with ‘Bushwalk’ Tag

Australia is a flat continent – all mountains here are very old, worn out by millions of years of erosion and generally not famous for its height. However, this unfortunate fact is easily compensated by numerous geological gems scattered across this desert country. One of those unusual places is The Breadknife. Read more…

Marked only on topographic maps – Palona Cave is located in the middle of the Royal National Park – the first Australian National Park established in 1879.

Primarily, this park is famous by its coastal views, Australian bush, rainforests,  and activities available for Sydney locals and turists – bushwalks, bike riding, camping, kayaking and etc.
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The Lost City is another magnificent place in the Blue Mountains region that worth a visit.

These beautiful rock formations are located approximately 15 km north of Lithgow. Take a State Mine Gully Road from the north-east of Lithgow, then follow Glow Worm Tunnel road and turn left and immediately left again at the Bungleboori Camp ground. Follow the road and bear left at couple Y-junctions. Read more…