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ATTRACTIONS LAWSON NSW

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TCP Day Tours

PO Box 71, Lawson NSW 2783
Everyone needs a little bit of excitement in their lives and experiencing a TCP Day Tour will bring lots of new opportunities that will be full of surprises. Their tours cater to anyone who is interested in exploring the beautiful Blue Mountains region. Each of the six tours offers a totally unique activity. All tours are guided by your friendly knowledgeable driver, ensuring you enjoy a fun and relaxing day out in the country. Leave the car at home. Leave it to a local.
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North Lawson Park

Wilson Park in North Lawson, Lawson NSW 2783
From Wilson Park in North Lawson, approximately 500 metres past the Lawson Swimming Pool is the start of a walking circuit that takes in Dantes Glen, Empire Pass and Frederica Falls... depending on how far you want to walk. Waterfalls, shady rainforest ravines, fern-lined pools and creeks and lush vegetation make it a pleasant walk for all seasons. There are some steep sections and a map or guide book is recommended. Dantes Glen is a warm temperate rainforest dominated by Coachwood and Sassafras trees. A very popular walk for bird watchers.
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Rick Rutherfords Country Gallery

3 Badgery Crescent, Lawson NSW 2783
Rick Rutherford's Country Gallery is open daily and located within the heritage precinct of Lawson, on the Badgery Crescent side of Lawson. As the founding author of "Australian Country Collections" magazine, Rick purchased and restored a graceful Blue Mountains Lawson property years ago, creating a unique country gallery in the process, which is open to the public to inspect firsthand. Within its many rooms, Rick Rutherford's Country Gallery is a world of country looks spanning the many traditions and interpretations of what country is all about. Each room has its own individual theme, creating a feeling of stepping into another time and place. Nessie's Daffodil Tearoom and - most recently - Badgery Heritage Gallery - are also part of this unique Blue Mountains experience, offering both old-fashioned tearoom and delicious luncheon fare, all adding up to making RRC one of the middle mountain's principal drawcards and visitor attractions.
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Ben Roberts Cafe and Gallery

10 Benang Street, Lawson NSW 2783
Ben Roberts Cafe and Gallery is a delightful venue in Lawson. The original cottage was built by Ben Roberts in 1893 and was occupied by tradesmen such as the local boot-maker and coal merchant. It is now fully renovated with a modern cafe decorated with original artworks by well known Blue Mountains artists and seating for 50 inside and out. The attached gallery exhibitions change regularly with various featured artists. A lively new program is planned for 2015. The cafe and gallery are currently closed for a Summer break and for some refurbishment. Look out for some exciting innovations, including evening opening, from the beginning of February.
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South Lawson Waterfall Circuit

Honour Avenue, Lawson NSW 2783
South Lawson Waterfall Circuit is three kilometres long and traverses South Lawson Park passing four very different waterfalls: Adelina Falls, sand lined Federal Falls, Cataract Falls and Junction Falls - an amphitheatre of cascading water. This historic walking circuit is popular with locals and is just over one kilometre from the Lawson Railway Station.

Rick Rutherfords Country Gallery

3 Badgery Crescent, Lawson NSW 2783
Rick Rutherford's Country Gallery is open daily and located within the heritage precinct of Lawson, on the Badgery Crescent side of Lawson. As the founding author of "Australian Country Collections" magazine, Rick purchased and restored a graceful Blue Mountains Lawson property years ago, creating a unique country gallery in the process, which is open to the public to inspect firsthand. Within its many rooms, Rick Rutherford's Country Gallery is a world of country looks spanning the many traditions and interpretations of what country is all about. Each room has its own individual theme, creating a feeling of stepping into another time and place. Nessie's Daffodil Tearoom and - most recently - Badgery Heritage Gallery - are also part of this unique Blue Mountains experience, offering both old-fashioned tearoom and delicious luncheon fare, all adding up to making RRC one of the middle mountain's principal drawcards and visitor attractions. ...

Kihilla Retreat and Conference Centre

5-17 Queens Road, Lawson NSW 2783
Kihilla is an historic 1879 mansion with expansive grounds and wonderful mountain views. It accommodates up to 45 people. It is available for groups to hire at very reasonable rates. Minimum number of six guests in the self contained west wing and minimum of 20 for the main house. Also available as a great wedding venue for indoor or outdoor weddings (talk to them about their wedding package). Rooms exit onto hardwood veranda which is great for relaxing surrounded by the tranquil bush property. The Hall seats approximately 80 people. There is a large dining room with open fireplace. Self catering with large kitchen and new easy to use industrial gas cooktops and oven. They also can provide catering for groups over 10 if you require it. It is close to Lawson and Hazelbrook Railway stations. Fantastic bushwalks and lots of space for outside activities....