New South Wales
South Australia

Blue Mountains

Look down on the World below

Blue Mountains

Look down on the World below


Famous for its dramatic views of steep cliffs, waterfalls, and eucalyptus forests the Blue Mountains are an exquisite destination located west of Sydney. The characteristic blue haze that is unique to the mountains results from the mixing of sunlight with the oils released by the eucalyptus forests blanketing the region.


Apple Bar

2488 Bells Line Of Road, Bilpin

(02) 4567 0335

Tomah Gardens Restaurant

Bells Line Of Road, Mount Tomah

(02) 4567 3000

Echoes – 3

Lilianfels Avenue, Katoomba

(02) 4782 1966


Located less than two hours outside of Sydney, the Blue Mountains are a perfect retreat from the busy city. Explore the world’s oldest caves at Jenolan Caves; hike the Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls and Jamison Valley; and take in the breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains from the Scenic Railway. Discover the region’s Aboriginal history and culture by taking a guided tour that includes artwork, exhibitions and traditional performances. This is the ideal destination for families, nature lovers and those searching for a taste of traditional Australian culture and the thrills of the wild.


  • Stedman's Hospitality
  • Helicopter/Seaplane transfer
  • Private Chauffeur
  • Provisions and food service
  • In-house chef
  • Child minding
  • Gourmet Hampers
  • In-house massage
  • Personal Trainer



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$1200 |


2014 HOUSE OF THE YEAR! Embedded deep in the Blue Mountains near the Jenolan Caves Angel Wing emits a magical ambiance. The neighbouring cliffs glow scarlet at nightfall and the designer light and waterfall features of the home impose a soothing temperament and celebrate the delicate nature of the Blue Mountains area. A truly spectacular Blue Mountains home, Angel Wing won the 2014 NSW Architecture Award, and features the best of luxury accommodation in a stunning location. Only a heartbeat away from the famous Jenolan Caves, use the house as a base to visit the stalactites and stalagmites of the various nearby caverns, or explore the numerous hiking and walking trails through the eucalyptus forests the Blue Mountains have to offer.

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$1000 |


Hidden away at Mt Irvine in the stunningly beautiful Blue Mountains region, this marvelous house named for the Robert Frost poem awaits your arrival. Mending Wall, shortlisted in the 2009 World Architecture Festival and now offered as luxury accommodation, is a unique house that provides its guests with a modern and thrilling take on the Blue Mountains experience. Enjoy the fresh air outside of the confines of the city and the majestic natural scenery by day, and the cozy fires and star filled skies by night. Mending Wall is the ultimate country retreat in which to relax by the fire, read a book from the impressive library, or explore the beautifully landscaped cool-climate gardens that offer endless space for any children in your party to explore. There are endless options to keep you entertained throughout your stay the Blue Mountains provides endless hiking and walking trails and exploration options such as the neighbouring gardens and estates of Mt Wilson, which are home to some of the finest exotic cool climate gardens in Australia and are a divine visual feast and a photographers utter delight.