Nearby

Nearby

Kurrajong Village, just 6 kms away is a charming town with shops providing for the locals and visitors.   

– Enjoy a coffee, drink or a meal in one of the local cafes, wine bars and award winning restaurants. 

– Browse through the specialty gift shops, antique shops or visit one of the local galleries. 

– Pamper yourself at a hairdressing salon, beauty salon or splurge on a massage and spa. 

– Take a picnic in the park. The convenience store, butcher, deli, bottle shop, bakery and the health food store will certainly have all the treats you may be craving. 

– For all urgent needs you will also find ATM’s, chemist, post office, petrol station 

Drive along the local roads and enjoy the beautiful scenery of rolling hills with cows, sheep, alpacas and horses grazing in open paddocks. Further along admire the green foothills of the Blue Mountains, whilst you take in the tranquil atmosphere.  

Fruit Picking in the town of Bilpin, is just 15 minutes west of our accommodation in Kurrajong. You can pick apples, plums, peaches, figs, chestnuts, walnuts, strawberries, cherries and much more. And while you’re there, why not stopover and taste some of the locally produced apple and pear cider. 

Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, Mt Tomah, is the spectacular cool climate garden featuring plants from the southern hemisphere and around the world. At 1,000 metres above sea level, the garden overlooks the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and boasts stunning panoramic views. 

Historic Windsor is also within the vicinity. Take the scenic route and visit some of our local wineries in Ebeneezer and surrounding areas, on your way there. 

Follow the Convict Trail – The Great North Road is a 240km masterpiece built by the convicts in early 1800’s to provide an overland route from Sydney to Newcastle. It was, and remains, an “extraordinary feat of engineering” traversing through sandstone gorges, razorback ridges and towering passes. Drive along the road or walk through Dharug and Yengo National Parks and find remains of stone retaining walls, pick dressed cuttings, culverts, bridges and stone cut drains. 

The more energetic can go bushwalking, mountain bike riding, canyoning and abseiling in the Blue Mountain and Wollemi National Parks. Float down the river on an inflatable lilo and admire the inaccessible gorges nearby, or you can walk, swim, picnic, canoe, kayak or fish along the HawkesburyColo or Grose Rivers.