Blackheath Getaway - Blue Mountains in Autumn
29 Mar 2021
AUTUMM ‘SPECIAL book two nights mid week to receive an extra night free
Autumn is a magical time to visit the Blue Mountains. The trees glitter like gold as they put on a show of stunning shades of amber and red. The mild weather and crisp air makes for the perfect conditions for a rambling walk in the local gardens, picnics, breathtaking bushwalks and lookouts or just basking in the Autumn sunshine.
This time of year the region’s many cool climate public and private gardens are at their best and on show to the public.
And there’s so much more to do including the world renowned Sculpture at Scenic World.
It's a spectacular yet brief affair .. so be quick.
To make your Autumn booking go to www.blackheathgetaway.com.au
Here’s just SOME of what’s on in the region in the next few months.
MT TOMAH - guided garden walks
Through the Smoke, through our eyes
An exhibition showcasing the stories and experiences of Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah staff in response to the 2019 Gospers Mountain bushfire.
Thursday 4 March - Tuesday 27 April 2021
Due to covid changes bookings for all activities are essential and entry is via timed ticketing.
Tickets now on sale.
Some of the major features include:
The English Box Hedge Maze
LOGAN BRAE ORCHARDS
Pop into Logan Brae to experience stunning views and get freshly picked seasonal apples, divine homemade apple pie, hot and cold apple juice made on the premises.
139 Shipley Road Megalong Valley
Sample fare from 60 growers & producers with an array of wonderful local & regional foods - straight form the paddock.
A wide range of seasonal fruits and vegetables, meats, breads and cheeses (cow, goat and sheep), olive oils and local wines, nuts and honey, free range eggs, spices and condiments, plants and seedlings, baked goods and so much more.
Joining a guided mushroom foraging tour with an experienced forager is a great opportunity to learn how to find, pick and process wild edible mushrooms.
Meet at Hampton beyond the Blue Mountains and from there go to pine forests along Jenolan Cave Road to harvest wild mushrooms. Your guide will teach you how to safely recognise and pick them.
ANNUAL HOBBY and MOTOR SHOW