Blue Mountains Features

Feature articles on the Blue Mountains

Aboriginal rock art at Red Hands Cave in Glenbrook. Art features ochre blown around hands to create outlines as well as handprints

Aboriginal sites in the Blue Mountains you can actually visit

According to a paper written by local scholar and researcher of Aboriginal history, Father Dr Eugene Stockton, the Blue Mountains were a region favourable to early human occupation, featuring plentiful water and food, tool making stone and rock shelters. Lying between Gundungurra (the Cox River people) and Dharug (Cumberland Plain) territory, Dr Stockton believes that …

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Rock formation known as Boars head and the Narrowneck Peninsula, Blue Mountains

Safety tips and essentials for Blue Mountains bushwalking

Most who visit the Blue Mountains expect to do some level of interaction with nature, whether it be finding the best photography spots, birdwatching, embarking on a search for waterfalls on the Blue Mountains walks, or setting off one of the best Blue Mountains hikes for the night. According to the NSW National Parks, around …

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