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Echoes Hotel. Katoomba

Echoes’ Boutique Hotel & Restaurant is perched at the very edge of the Jamison Valley at Echo Point in the Blue Mountains. A unique location offers stunning and uninterrupted panoramas of the Jamison Valley.


The Rock Lookout. Mulgoa

The Rock Lookout area of Blue Mountains National Park is situated within the historic Mulgoa Valley, only minutes from the bustling city of Penrith. A short track of a few hundred metres leads to ‘The Rock’ with superb views of the Nepean River. A longer track of 2.5 kilometres leads from the car park through swampy heath and Eucalyptus forest to Riley’s Mountain where more views of the Nepean Gorge and surrounds can be enjoyed by the keen walker or photographer.

Access throughout this section of Blue Mountains National Park is by foot (over uneven ground) from the car park at the end of Fairlight Road, Mulgoa. Please note: the last section of Fairlight Road is dirt/gravel road.

Penrith City Council

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Ridgetop with Panoramic Views. Cowra

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Spectacular panoramic rolling hills backdrop as seen from a ridgetop road. Road runs from junction of roads to Greenthorpe (nr Cowra) to Young and Cowra. These shots taken from road branch to Young.

Cowra Shire Council

Water Tower. Forbes

Water Tower. Forbes

Impressive water tower with good vantage point over Forbes.

Forbes Shire Council

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Country Town Nestled in Valley. Harden

Small town surrounded by gentle rolling hills. Town of Harden is a centre of major grain production in NSW. Wide streets, mix of 19th and 20th century era shops. Many disused old era shops. Nearby Murrumburrah (2 kms away) has interesting mix of architecture in homes, churches and shops.

Harden Shire Council

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Broadcast Towers. Orange

Broadcast towers at summit of Mt Canobolas on outskirts of Orange. Spectacular view of countryside for approx 50 kms around the Orange area of central NSW. Mountain frequently has snow cover during winter. Good access for large vehicles to summit.

Orange City Council

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Historic township. Sofala

Sofala is located approx. 1 hrs drive from Bathurst. Town is a ‘living museum’ dating from the late 19th C gold rush era. Ideal ocation for a period drama or to recreate a rustic ambience. Located approximately 1 hrs drive from Bathurst.  Town lies at foot of steep sided valley. Excellent vantage points to overlook town from either side. Town aligned approx E-W.

Bathurst Regional Council


Mt. Panorama. Bathurst

Today, Bathurst is synonymous with motorsport, being the site of the Mount Panorama motor racing circuit. It hosts the Bathurst 12 Hour motor race each February, the Bathurst Motor Festival every Easter, and the Bathurst 1000 motor race each October. During these times, the population swells with tourists. The circuit is a public road when not being used for racing and is a popular tourist attraction for visitors to the city. Bathurst has a long history of racing, beginning with motorcycle racing from 1911.[46] From 1931 to 1938, motorcycle racing was conducted at the Old Vale Circuit[47] before moving to the newly created Mount Panorama Circuit in 1938. On 16 April 1938, Mount Panorama attracted 20,000 spectators to its first race, The Australian Tourist Trophy and in 2006 the crowd figure reached 194,000 for the 3 day Bathurst 1000 event.

Bathurst Regional Council

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Boulders scattered on hillsides. Bathurst

Boulders in fields and along ridgeline.

rocks, boulders, large, stones, hills, views, scattered, random, Ridge running approx. N-S along with boulders nearby and sweeping valley views beyond. Ideal to shoot early am or late aftenoon. These shots taken late afternoon. Located near to Bathurst. Good access roads.

Bathurst Regional Council