Ideally situated between the historic Collits and Comet Inns which were the first lodgings constructed on the western side of the Blue Mountains, you are within close proximity to many activities and attractions that the Blue Mountains is famous for.
Whether you want to relax and simply take in the beautiful, serene and peaceful surroundings, become familiar with an abundant array of wildlife surrounding Blue Hills or prefer to involve yourselves in more rigorous activities and sightseeing, you are in the right place.
If you want to take a scenic day trip, then Jenolan Caves, Mt Wilson and Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens are within a comfortable hour’s drive away. There are many scenic drives that can be taken around the escarpments as well with not to be missed Valley of Waters, Weeping Rock, Lilian’s Bridge and Water Nymph’s Dell with it’s Fire Flies and Glow Worms.
You have at your back door – The Blue Mountains National Park – inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites in December 2000. The park consists of 1.03 million hectares of mostly forested landscape on a deeply-incised sandstone plateau. With spectacular scenery, plantlife and wildlife, the mountains reach a height of 1100m, and have been given their name due to the blue haze that hovered above the mountains produced by the oil from the plentiful Eucalyptus trees.