Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge

Address: 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

      Seaplane flight,Sydney

      A travel blog entry by bruceybabe on Nov 13, 2014

      ... lunch and a look around , we both have fish and chips and drinks , quiet filling great fish then we walk around to have a look , very nice area .we get back around 4pm to catch the plane back to rose bay, we taxi out to the middle of the river to take of , of we go looking back we see some great sites back to Sydney harbour , looking down we see the Maxi yachts out , great site , over the harbour bridge and opera house , beautiful sites . We land on the harbour ...

      Final Days - Echuca, Young, Orange

      A travel blog entry by carolynaubrey on Jun 05, 2014

      17 photos

      WARNING - THIS IS A LONG ONE. MIGHT NEED TO MAKE YOURSELF A CUPPA

      I had chosen a route from Port Fairy to Young that took in a lot of small country towns, along country roads. Not the quickest way, but I hoped more picturesque, bypassing highways and freeways.
      It proved a good choice. Not only were the roads very quiet, they were as usual very well maintained, so that being no posted speed limits I could sit comfortably on 120+ km/h.
      It was a perfect ...

      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 ...

      Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Feb 18, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... to find out my pan is smoking as the food that is stuck to the pan is burning!! I take it off the heat and put now the burnt but still hard Broccoli onto my plate. How does it taste - not like Dad's or Mum's cooking!!

      Me, Steph and the three Scotts went on a backpackers pub/bar crawl that night and it was a lot of fun, we managed about 6 different places I think before they stopped letting us in anywhere as it got too late.

      xxxxxx
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      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 ...