Accessible by road or partly by rail, the Greater Blue Mountains Heritage Trail offers historically minded visitors the opportunity to explore these important resources, as well as the spectacular scenery, through the historical societies, family history societies, museums, galleries, historic gardens and historic businesses that appear on the Greater Blue Mountains Heritage Trail.
On the map you will find references to members of the Blue Mountains Association of Cultural Heritage Organisations Inc., numbered from Emu Plains to Lithgow along the Great Western Highway and then from Lithgow to Windsor down the Bells Line of Road. In addition, there is a list of “hidden gems” to check out along the way. You can either ‘google’ their location, call in to one of the Visitor Information Centres located at Glenbrook, Katoomba, Lithgow or Clarendon.
Please visit and enjoy these unique heritage resources – come for the day – come for the weekend. Stay at one of the businesses associated with our history and cultural heritage or have lunch or dinner at one of the historic restaurants or cafés.
Check the ‘Planned Events’ page or the ‘Hosts‘, ‘Places to Eat‘ or ‘Places to Stay‘ pages to find out opening hours.