THINGS TO DO

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Some people go on holiday to relax, unwind and get away from the stress of city life.

You will find them sitting on the balcony gazing at the spectacular Blue Mountains views or sipping a glass of wine in front of the fire, enjoying the company of friends and family. Most in fact just want to do nothing at all !

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Others prefer an excitement filled holiday, so here’s a list of things to do:

Check out the Blue mountains events calendar    http://www.bluemts.com.au/whatson/

  • Explore the famous Jenolan Caves – 35 mins away  www.jenolancaves.org.au
  • Visit the biggest open garden in the southern hemisphere – Mayfield located in Oberon  ( pet friendly cafe and gardens ) www.mayfieldgarden.com.au 
  • Visit the beautiful Hill and Dale Garden and Nursery  www.hillanddalegardenandnursery.com  open last weekend of the month Oct – April or by appointment   ph: 0407082672 for lovers of perennial plants and beautiful gardens- entry fee $8 p/p
  • Truffle hunt in winter or hunt and lunch on sundays in season ( june / july / august ) www.lowesmounttruffles.com.au
  • Best restaurant /bar  for dinner or lunch is Blue Fox in main street lithgow  (great menu good size meals , excellent service and atmosphere )
  •  Vegans and Vegetarians will love Secret Creek restaurant in Lithgow set in a fauna reserve .
  • Mumma snows cafe  in Tarana is also highly reccommended for lunch or breakfast  service can be a bit slow  but theres no rush in the country ( pet friendly too!)
  • other great places to eat listed  in compendium at the house.
  • Bushwalking / birdwatching on the 200 acre property
  • Surround yourself with nature and have an outdoor bath with views out over the Blue Mountains.
  • Fishing for trout of go for a swim or water sports at Lake Lyell  5 minute drive away
  • Picnic in the countryside
  • visit megalong valley tea room  – for breakfast / lunch  or devonshire tea ( pet friendly )
  • Pick mushrooms in the pine forest (autumn)
  • Visit the local Rydal  Pub for lunch or dinner   ( pet friendly)
  • Visit historic towns – Rydal, Hampton and Hartley
  • Explore Mount Tomah botanic garden www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au
  • Small Arms Museum in Lithgow
  • Explore the Glow Worm TunnelsNewnes national park www.toursim.lithgow.com
  • Pamper yourself with a massage or mineral bath at the nearby Japanese bathhouse www.japanesebathhouse.com.au
  • Horse riding in Oberon  www.highcountrytrailrides.com.au     Ph:  0427470247  ( book in advance aprox 40 minute drive  )
  • Say hello to our friendly farm animals Billy and Bunny the mini horses / bobby the big horse and Bella and Scarlet the cows
  • Bring your mountain bikes and go for a ride along the scenic country roads and lanes or state forests nearby
  • Catch yabbies in the dam just behind the house
  • Visit wineries in Oberon, Megalong Valley, Orange and  Mudgee
  • Hire a canoe or dinghy at Lake Lyell  ph:  63556347
  • Visit popular blue mountains tourist attractions just over 35 minutes away.
  • Visit  Alchemy wood fire pizza for Tasty gourmet pizza in Hartley
  • Visit little Hartley Historic Village – cafe /  Talisman metal art and jewlery gallery  www.talismangallery.com.au
  • lovers of Goats cheese can visit the Jannei Goat dairy open : Fri / Sat / Mon / Tues  (April thru to August)  Winter monday only ph:  635511076

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