The Blue Mountains is world heritage listed area – it’s vast tablelands and valleys are famous for their pristine, rugged wilderness. The Megalong Valley is a magical pocket of land buy essay writing pay for essays in the middle of the Upper Blue Mountains – a 30 minute drive from the quiet town of Blackheath. Our property sits in the most coveted position within the Megalong as it has the beautiful Cox’s river running all around its boundary.
To get to the Blue Mountains you leave Sydney by either the M2/M7 then the M4 or Parramatta Rd to the M4. You then wind your way thru the towns and communities of the Mountains until you reach Blackheath, then head down into the Megalong valley. (For those coming to stay at our Eco Lodge, Alicedale or Warialda, detailed driving instructions will be supplied via email upon booking. It is mainly sealed road with well maintained dirt roads at the very end of the trip)
THE MEGALONG VALLEY
From the moment you take the turn left over the railway in Blackheath, you are in for an unforgettable experience. With breathtaking views to the spectacular sandstone cliffs above, and beautiful bushland in the valley itself, ‘The Megalong’ as it’s known to the locals, is a magical place.
‘The Megalong Valley’ is derived from an Aboriginal word thought to mean ‘Valley Under The Rock’. Thomas Jones was believed to be the first European visitor to the area, who ventured into the valley to explore its natural vegetation in 1818.
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