Glenbrook

The Blue Mountains town of Glenbrook has so much to offer. Fresh air and a temperate climate, Glenbrook has spectacular views and a great community atmosphere. Glenbrook was originally known as Watertank as it was a stopping point for steam trains. It then became known as Wascoe Siding with Wascoe (Blaxland) just up the road.… Read More

Springwood

Springwood is the second largest town in the Blue Mountains. Springwood was named by Governor Macquarie in 1815 when the Governor and his wife stopped by a spring for water down a deep glen. The first Blue Mountains building in the town was a military post erected on Macquarie Road between Short Street and Homedale… Read More

Winmalee

Winmalee was formerly known as North Springwood. The town received its new name in 1972 following a competition. The name is aboriginal for ‘in a northerly direction’. Winmalee is one of the fastest growing towns in the Blue Mountains. The town has its own high school, primary school, shopping centre and churches making it fully… Read More

Blaxland

Blaxland is around 40 minutes drive from Katoomba and 10 minutes from Penrith. Blaxland is a thriving community with churches, shopping centre, community groups, a library, children’s play centres, bush fire brigade, chamber of commerce and a small industrial area. Blaxland also offers several restaurants.The main shopping centre caters extremely well for the community, and… Read More

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