The Blue Mountains - If the hectic pace of every day life has left you looking for a change of pace, why not "head for the hills"? Leave the city behind and re-discover yourself surrounded by World Heritage listed forests in the majestic Blue Mountains Region.Only a two hour drive from Sydney, at South Bowenfels, you can indulge yourself at the Blue Mountains Sparadise. Set on 300 hectares of tranquil farmland, near the beautiful Lake Lyell, the Japanese Bath House will calm and relax your body whilst the peaceful Japanese Zen Garden will restore your soul.If the adventurer in you wants to "get back to nature", the Blue Mountains offer all types of hikes, from easy walks to more challenging treks -all with complimentary spectacular scenery. Words cannot describe the panorama of the Jamison Valley and the Three Sisters at Echo Point, Katoomba, whilst the view at Govetts Leap, Blackheath is absolutely breathtaking.There is a network of walking tracks including the Nature Track, Wentworth Pass, the Overcliff-Undercliff Walk, Vera Falls Track and the Kings Tableland - each with a unique history but all sharing an abundance of flora and fauna. The Charles Darwin Walk meanders along Jamison Creek to the historic Wentworth Falls village - enjoy the waterfalls and hanging swamps as well as the abundant birdlife along the way.To the west lies Lithgow, perfect for that "getaway" weekend. Visit the world's oldest caves - Jenolan Caves. Nearby is Little Hartley Village where you can sample Australia's heritage - the sandstone courthouse here is of particular interest. Or maybe take the kids to Leuralla - Toy and Railway Museum at Leura. Whilst the grand home and manicured gardens will draw you in, it will be collection of children's toys and trains that will capture your imagination and "bring out the child in you".Mudgee to the north, Oberon to the south, Bathurst to the west - every direction will lead you on a path of discovery. And in every direction, your fine Bed and Breakfast Accommodation awaits you.So come, relax and replenish in the stunning surroundings of The Blue Mountains.
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