A must go to for wine lovers. A secret spot in the Megalong Valley, enjoy the drive the views whilst on the way. Megalong Tea rooms are on the way, ideal for lunch or afternoon tea, the scones are delicious
If you get a chance to head into the Megalong Valley stop by for a wine tasting and platter with great views.
A wonderful drive through mountain rainforest then a short country drive to a stunning winery. Just the way to relax on a weekend. Enjoy a bottle of great wine and a cheese plate, overlooking rural beauty.
Dryridge do wine tastings on the weekends. It's definitely worth a visit for the views and scenery as well as the wine. They also serve meat and cheese platters to enjoy with your wine.
“Historic renovated convict built Ambermere Rose Inn...You will experience Amazing food and the Historic Building has funky tastful renovated rooms with fire places, and court yard sitting area with views to the cliff lines in a valley setting ”
Point of Interest
“Beyond Mount Victoria on the western side of the Blue Mountains you can experience some of Australia’s heritage within the Hartley Historic Site. Step back in time. Of particular interest is the sandstone Courthouse. Hartley Historic Site is open every day from 10:00am to 4:30pm.”
“A visit to The Blue Mountains isn't complete without a drive to Megalong Valley Tea Rooms. Go in the afternoon and on the drive back check oput teh Kangaroos. Only 15 mins from Blackheath, 25mins from Katoomba.”
“A railway museum on the grounds of a historic turntable and locomotive shed with heritage steam and diesel trains. 15 minutes drive from Glenbrook Getaway.”