A photographic exhibition at the Woodford Academy lays bare the soul of the oldest collection of buildings in the Blue Mountains, revealing the colourful history which played out on the property. The collection of black and white images by Blue Mountains photojournalist David Hill is a revealing interpretation of the collection of buildings which make […]
Father’s Day is just around the corner, what have you got planned to acknowledge Dad? Father & son Philip and David Hammon, second and third generation family business owners of Scenic World, talk about life as fathers, sons & owners of one of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions…
ACCORDING TO GUNDUNGURRA DREAMING, three beautiful sisters named Meehni, Wimlah and Gunnedoo once lived with the Gundungurra people in the Jamison Valley. The maidens were in love with three brothers from the neighbouring nation of the Dharruk people, but marriage was forbidden by tribal law.
It’s true, they look blue. When looking at the mountains from a distance they take on an intense blue haze that has baffled many visitors to the Blue Mountains.