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Australian Native Plants in the garden.
Yellow Waratah Blue Mountains Australia
Everlasting Daisies Mount Annan Botanical Gardens NSW Australia
The Rock Lookout Mulgoa Blue Mountains National Park NSW Australia.

The Rock Lookout

The Rock Lookout is located in the very beautiful and picturesque Mulgoa Valley in the Blue Mountains National Park. You can access this lookout from Fairlight Rd at Mulgoa. There is a dirt track that is suitable for normal cars and isn’t too long before you reach the lookout point, just be mindful of a few potholes and tree branches so do a go slow. There are no toilets or any other facilities here except for a carpark. A short […]

The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan NSW Australia.

The Australian Garden Mount Annan

The Australian Garden at Mount Annan is the largest garden in Australia. Sporting over 4000 different species of Australian Native Plants and over 160 different species of bird life. The Wattle Garden   Wallabies , Wallaroos and Kangaroos have also made this garden their home. This magnificent large garden has been running since 1988 and covers 416 hectares. It is located between Campbelltown and Camden in Sydneys south – west.   Eremophila Glandulifera   Large planters filled with bright and […]

Mount Solitary Echo Point Blue Mountains NSW Australia Sunrise at Echo Point. Mount Solitary appears to be drifting like a ship through the heavy fog that covers the Jamison Valley and Kings Tableland. Blue Mountains NSW Australia.

Great Photography Spots In The Blue Mountains

There are so many great spots in the Blue Mountains of NSW Australia which have magnificent views, some are hard to get to and require a certain level of fitness, whilst there are also a lot of spots that are easy to get to, and include the many lookouts that abound in the mountains.     In the Blue Mountains, there are so many beautiful gardens and this one above is from Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens. It is really large […]