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

      Day 10 - Katoomba-Goldbourne

      A travel blog entry by laylaandjed on Sep 10, 2014

      4 comments, 9 photos

      Took Layla out for sushi for her birthday Sunday then left Katoomba on Monday morning with the sun finally shining. We spent the day checking out the Jenolan Caves with intentions on making it to Abercrombie National Park. By the time we left the caves it was getting a bit late for the goat track that I intended on taking to Ab Nat Pk, so I got the Hema Navigator goin to look for a road side camp for the night. Instead I found the best National Park camp site I have ever ...

      Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on May 02, 2014

      16 photos

      ... li>The Blue Mountains are impressive and blue because of the mist the eucalyptus trees give off. For my overnight stay I bought an Explorer hop on hop off bus ticket which included my pass for scenic world, and came along with a map and various walks you could do. I walked from Leura Cascades to Gordon Falls, via Bridal View and Olympus? view point. It was a great walk which was made better by the fact no one else was ...

      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 ...

      Day tour of Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by alrudderham on Feb 13, 2014

      26 photos

      ... in the country, but is now surrounded by homes. They have kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, a huge variety of birds and reptiles, and of course koalas. The hour we had disappeared very quickly.

      After a lot more traffic the bus dropped us at the ferry dock near the 2000 Olympic grounds for a ride back to the Circular Quay - the main ferry dock between the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.


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      Phillip Island to the Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by dawnmherbert on Feb 04, 2014

      31 photos

      ... people and very lively. Around the Federation Square and Flinders Street areas there were loads of street performers and bands playing and they
      try and get the audience to participate, which was a lot of fun (I stood well
      back!!). Apparently it happens most
      weekends and not just because it was Australia Day weekend (with a bank holiday
      on Monday). I caught a little steam boat
      that took me on a short trip up the Yarra River, which was very pleasant ...