Travel Blogs from Blue Mountains National Park, Australia

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Big Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, NSW,, Australia travel blog

Big Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by meercatvinny

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... (AFTER 4 HOURS!!!) we found the place and it really lived up to the hype we heard before we came. They are called the Blue Mountains because the air looks like it has a blue mist hanging above the forests, caused by the eucalyptus trees that grow ...

The Beautiful Blue Mountains, The Blue Mountains National park, Australia travel blog

The Beautiful Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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I decided when uploading piccies that even though we have talked about the beautiful Blue Mountains on another blog, it at least deserves a photo album on its map ...

Ghostly Gaol, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Ghostly Gaol

A travel blog entry by yelleandjon

... the old cells and around the prison yard, while listening to tales of the ex-inmates. From here we drove to Blackheath in the Blue Mountains... I even drove some of the way! Again we stayed with relatives... Uncle Bill was great fun and has the most ...

Who knew, they are blue :), Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Who knew, they are blue :)

A travel blog entry by mark.and.amaris

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Visiting Blue Mountains National Park, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Visiting Blue Mountains National Park

A travel blog entry by aliandbryan

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... ;             22.08.10 Today we got to head out to the Blue Mountains National Park for an excursion. We booked on an organised tour since friends of ours also had planned to do this one. ...

Wandern in den Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Wandern in den Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by v_f

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Woher der Name "Blue Mountains" stammt, sind wir uns unschlüssig. Bei jungfräulichem Sonnenschein nach der ausgiebigen Regenzeit zeigen sich die Gesteinsschichten im Park nämlich in kräftigen orange - rot Tönen. Unsere Wandertour durch den Park (es ...

Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by mickou

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... Wohl fuers WE gesorgt hatten, gings dann auch los: etwas mehr als 100 Kilometer in 2 Stunden in Richtung Landesinneres, zu den Blue Mountains. DAS Reiseziel schlechthin, wenn man eh schon ein mal in Sydney ist. DAS MUST DO! Die "Blauen Berge" haben ihre ...

A Mountain of Blue, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

A Mountain of Blue

A travel blog entry by jamiemeasures

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... . So they needed to explore the place. Around that time, nobody knew what was west of the Blue Mountains, and they hadn't figured out that Australia was one big island yet, as they arrived from the east. Some people thought that the land west of ...

Blåfjell, Blue Mountains , Australia travel blog

Blåfjell

A travel blog entry by kaupo_og_renate

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... mountains are a series of hills shaped by dramatic gorges, and they are located about 3 hours drive from Newcastle. Blue Mountains promise cool climate, stunning scenery and fabulous bushwalking opportunities. The mountains get their name from a fine ...

Ouch, my Katoombas are sore!, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Ouch, my Katoombas are sore!

A travel blog entry by revelstokian

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... , where it caps at $2.50.  We decided to use our opal card and take advantage of the $2.50 deal and head up into the Blue Mountains.  We got up before 6 AM and walked down to the train station, a short distance away from our hotel, tapped our ...

A home away from Home, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

A home away from Home

A travel blog entry by beccamike

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... wet our pants at the sight of duvets on our bed, a dorm room to ourselves and a real homely feel. The Blue Mountains is a national park with various towns where one can hike and see amazing valleys, mountains and waterfalls. After resting for a day we ...

I’ll get there, if I leave everything but my, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

I’ll get there, if I leave everything but my

A travel blog entry by dancrook919

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Today was possibly the best day I've had since being here, got a chance to see some real Australia! The other day I booked a guided tour of the blue mountains, which included a trip to Featherdale Wildlife Park!  Unfortunately I had to get up at ...

Blues in the Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Blues in the Mountains

A travel blog entry by jameshyde

... on vacation a little bit longer and continued north turning inland near Canberra and heading towards the foothills of the Blue Mountains National Park. Arguably the most famous part of the Great Dividing Range (The One significant mountain range in Aus ...

The beautiful Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

The beautiful Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by laura-alex0910

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... we would be able to see the Three Sisters. We wanted to get there early as we had to leave the Blue Mountains today and you don't have to pay to park before 9am, don't judge travelling is all about saving money! We went to the lookout and the view was ...

The Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

The Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by mistere

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... into the stone over thousands of years. There are eight connected conservation areas in the region, including the Blue Mountains National Park, which has some truly fantastic scenery, excellent bushwalks (hikes), Aboriginal engravings and all the canyons ...

Jan 15, 2010, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Jan 15, 2010

A travel blog entry by harryvs

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The big Blue, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

The big Blue

A travel blog entry by thommo-travels

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One place we were excited to see was the Blue mountains. It was on our 'must' list, so we left at the crack of dawn (the van stayed at our Sydney camp), and drove west toward the mountains. We floated through some thick fog on the way, and were all ...

Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by lweinreich

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We are in the Blue Mountains national park and the hikes and views are spectacular! The forest fires are far enough away that we don't have to worry about them (we can also hike quickly if there is a problem.) Tomorrow, we are headed to the Jenolan ...

May 13, 2010, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

May 13, 2010

A travel blog entry by dlaunay

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Blue Mountains - 2hours from Sydney, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Blue Mountains - 2hours from Sydney

A travel blog entry by chrisgclark

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After spending 5 nights getting drunk in sydney I needed to escape the city and went to a national park called the blue mountains. It is 2hours from Sydney, has 1000m high cliffs surrounding lush green sub-tropical forest. It is home to the famous 3 ...

Blue toes, blue nose, Blue Mountains .....brrrrr!, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Blue toes, blue nose, Blue Mountains .....brrrrr!

A travel blog entry by thesunchasers

Our first stop in the van was the Blue Mountains where we stayed for two nights. The scenery is stunning there though Mark wasn't too overwhelmed as it is fairly similar to the landscape in Kloof in South Africa.  The major problem we had, though, ...

Frostralia, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Frostralia

A travel blog entry by diversteve

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... £3.50, how can they sleep at night!!! Anyway on with the story, we arrived in Katoomba the main town in the middle of the Blue Mountains. It is a small town with enough pubs to keep us amused. That, however is not why we are here, we are in Katoomba to ...

Exploring the Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Exploring the Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by kangaroup

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... the fact that the Aussie's drive on the left side of the street!  Yesterday (Saturday), I went on a tour of the Blue Mountains National Park.  The Blue Mountains is about an hour west of Sydney, and is essentially a eucalyptus wilderness. ...

A day in the Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

A day in the Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by ericnanya

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Well we spent another wonderful Sunday at the famous Blue Mountains about an hour and a half west of Sydney.  They are called the Blue Mountains because of the blue haze that sits over the valley of the mountains.  The blue haze is due ...

Kangaroo Time!! Oh Yeah!, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Kangaroo Time!! Oh Yeah!

A travel blog entry by jamie_sharpe

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... quite fond of my life and not so keen on being blown off of a mountain edge so the good weather was a relief! The Blue Mountains is a mountain range not too far from Sydney, setting apart the more civilised suburb areas and the Outback...(I found out ...

Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by tildiz

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... I have had problem with internet, so you better get used to that im just updating once a week.  But we went to Blue Mountains. Really beautiful views and soooo relaxing just be in the nature and doesnt need to see all the stress in the big city ...

Wein und blaue Berge, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Wein und blaue Berge

A travel blog entry by goni

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... 'lte. Ich dachte in Australien sei es Sommer und schön warm, hat ja prima  geklappt. Während den Spaziergängen durch die Blue Mountains am nächsten Tag geht es mit der Kälte, der Wind hilft aber nicht besonders und die Sonne schafft es kaum die ...

Lebanon,  Three Sisters, Worlds oldest cave, train, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Lebanon, Three Sisters, Worlds oldest cave, train

A travel blog entry by moss1823

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... . We both loved it, but neither of us enjoyed our breath from all the garlic! The next day we traveled up to the blue mountains. They are named so because from afar they appear blue because they are covered in Eucalyptus trees, which have a blue ...

Escaping Wild Fires, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Escaping Wild Fires

A travel blog entry by joshandtara

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... smokin a doob. Probably not the best thing for the cops but we do get lots of stares driving down the highway. The Blue Mountains were really cool, there were tons of birds around. Some parrots and cockatoos and some other birds that made monkey noises. ...

Camping in NSW, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia travel blog

Camping in NSW

A travel blog entry by stillinger

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The Blue Mountains were beautiful, with many waterfalls, gorges, and plateaus, and wind eroded caves.  We spent the day traveling to the lookouts in search for waterfalls, then found a nice quiet (very quite since we were the only people there) camp ...

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