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Want a wild outdoor adventure that'll leave you breathless, exhilarated and home in time for supper? Then push your way through the dense tropical forest of the Blue Mountains for an afternoon that will feast your eyes and work your quads.
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We stayed at Strawberry Hill and toured a nearby coffee plantation. The 45 minute tour was very informative and the 100% Blue Mountain Coffee tasting a rare treat. Worth the hair-raising trip up the mountain!
I visited Blue Mountains on a business trip for dinner at Strawberry Hill. The drive up is not for the faint of heart but the view is spectacular! The plush landscape is amazing. It is definitely a place I would like to spend more time...More
Not a journey to take up with out proper preparation. The complete hike took us about 7 hours. We began our journey on foot at the Minto Primary school. We were transported to Whitfield Hall Hostel (which I strongly recommend) from there our hike official...More
If you can brave the drive with the windy roads and the sometimes very deep potholes you will forget it all when you reach the summit. Visit a coffee plantation or have a hike and then pop into one of the cafe's you pass on...More