Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge

336 Evans Lookout Rd, Blackheath, New South Wales, 2785, Australia | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on 336 Evans Lookout Rd, Blackheath, is near Scenic World Blue Mountains, Wentworth Falls, Wentworth Falls Country Club, and Australian School of Mountaineering.
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    Travel Blogs from Blackheath

    Blackheath caravan park

    A travel blog entry by joybell8 on Apr 18, 2014

    3 photos

    ... van, then more walking to Blackheath needed tent pegs to keep screen down and awning, now we are all set up with the comforts of home. Friday Keith's 70th birthday lots of birthday calls and cards great to hear from the eat my lobster people!! tonight we are dining with Deb and Paula cannelloni and salad. Went for walk up to Blackheath shops, everything is open which was a surprise loads of backpackers shopkeepers are making a ...

    Meeting Darwin in the Blue Mountains

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 22, 2014

    7 photos

    2014 Mar 22 Like the Symphony, my work at Rhondda and John's was unfinished; the grandfather clock was not running and we didn't have time to connect the antenna to the ham radio; but then, a man's work is never done. St Georges Basin was the farthest south on our driving trip. The Blue Mountains lay to the north, our destination after coffee in the local shopping mall and fond farewells. The Blue Mountains formed a barrier to the early European settlers. The ...

    And then we found...

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Jan 25, 2014

    18 photos

    ... 2 years hacking away into cliff faces of rock walls that look like the Grand Canyon. And their legacy is still valuable and important. We walked down the path, and instantly felt like we had traveled back in time. We saw an incredibly colored, massive bird on the path, and proceeded onward and downward into a world of cascading waterfalls, cool pools, lush green plants and rugged stone. There were even massive birds that completed ...

    Exploring the Blue Mountains

    A travel blog entry by kangaroup on Jan 19, 2014

    5 comments, 21 photos

    ... a eucalyptus wilderness. They are called the Blue Mountains due to the evaporation of the oil from the eucalyptus trees dispersing the light to the blue spectrum.

    I was the last to be picked up, taking the very last seat on the bus. Lots of Americans on the bus. I had my first small-world moment talking to the couple sitting across from me. When I said I am from Columbus, OH, they chuckled and said they ...

    The Blue Mountains

    A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Dec 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... circle seated on camping chairs illuminated by a multitude of head torches and camping lamps, something we have done so many times before. Lauren's speaker once again belted out our favourite songs as we chatted and drank. Time to start sharing memories and planing to meet again one day. Six months ago we were all strangers and now we are old friends who have shared a very special time, and certainly got to know each other well, probably a bit too well. Good night for the last time, ...