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Glenbrook Native Plant Reserve and Nursery

41 Great Western Highway, (Opposite Tourist Information Centre), Glenbrook NSW 2773
Since 1969, The Glenbrook Native Plant Reserve and Nursery has been maintained by volunteers from the Australian Plants Society, Blue Mountains Group. Over 2,000 hours of volunteer work per annum preserves a valuable remnant of Lower Blue Mountains flora. A wide range of native plants is for sale in the Nursery. Children enjoy exploring the many tracks inside the Reserve too, bring a picnic lunch.
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Greater Blue Mountains Drive - Glenbrook Discovery Trail

Great Western Highway, Corner of Ross Street, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Entering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area at Glenbrook the first Discovery Trail you will encounter is the Glenbrook Discovery Trail exploring the sandstone 'Blue Labyrinth' beyond Glenbrook Creek gorge. Plan your visit at the Blue Mountains Visitor Information Centre at Glenbrook where local staff can help and advise on local road conditions, especially after heavy or prolonged rain. The park entry fee gives access to a road system connecting several picnic areas, lookouts over the Nepean river gorge, a camping area, swimming holes, an Aboriginal art site and bush walking tracks. Highlights include Euroka - a delightful picnic area and campground, Glenbrook Creek, Tunnel View, Red Hands Cave, Mount Portal and Nepean Lookouts. Starting and ending in Glenbrook village, the trail is 47 kilometres return, takes about three hours and involves narrow sealed and unsealed roads plus stops. National Park entry fees apply.
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Glenbrook Village Gifts and Homewares

25 Park Street, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Glenbrook Village Gifts and Homewares is the place to find that special gift or something beautiful for your home They have a large range of stylish products, an eclectic mix of homewares and interior decor. Their passion for things that are unique means they are always searching for new and exciting products to add to their extensive range. Their treasures come from all points of the globe. The range of homewares includes an extensive collection of Wall Art canvas and metal, unusual pieces of furniture, chairs, cushions and throws, a large range of Amalfi products, beautiful glassware, lamps, a range of fashion jewellery including Cool Coconut and AnnaNova, scarfs, handbags and wallets, Abode Aroma aromatic diffusers, SAKitToMe Envirotrend shopping bags. Australian made items include Illuminate soy candles from Sydney, Woolly "Aussie" Foot Warmers with 100 per cent Australian wool, and Evodia Australian made and owned hand creams, soap and cosmetics.
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The Brook

1a Ross Street, Glenbrook NSW 2773
The Brook is a Co-op selling a unique range of locally made handcrafted gifts for all occasions. They stock a large range of baby wear, jewellery, knitted apparel, toiletries, candles, paintings by local artists, cushions, bags and woodwork - to name just a few of the items in their extensive stock. Many of the items sold are exclusive to The Brook.
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Bakehouse on Park

3/31 Park Street, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Bakehouse on Wentworth is an organic sourdough bakery and cafe. The dream became reality in 2002, when a passionate baker, dedicated to his craft opened for business in Blackheath. Shelves stocked with a display of hand moulded sourdough loaves and the scent of freshly baked bread filling the streets, enticed the senses of passers by. Sweet, tempting cakes, irresistible treats and mouth watering gourmet pies were created to complete the bakeries range. The journey has continued and the dream has expanded to four retail outlets.
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Coxs Road Interpretive Trail

Across the Blue Mountains, Starting at Glenbrook Park, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Commissioned to build a road across the Blue Mountains, magistrate William Cox, with 30 convicts, started on 18 July 1814 at Emu Ford, completing the road to Bathurst on 14 January 1815 - a staggering 101.5 miles through rugged mountainous country in just six months. Today you can trace the path of the original Coxs Road which varies little from the current alignment of the Great Western Highway. Explore the interpretive trail at key sites where you can discover stories of the road construction through notes from Cox's journal, learn of Aboriginal heritage and find paintings and drawings on this remarkable journey. A Blue Mountains City Council, Blue Mountains Branch of National Trust Bicentenary project. Key sites are located at: Glenbrook Park, Glenbrook; Manners Park, Springwood; Bulls Camp Reserve, Woodford; Coronation Park, Wentworth Falls; Blackheath Cemetery entry; Blackheath, Mt York. For more details visit Glenbrook or Echo Point Visitor Centres.
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Blue Pool walking track

Bruce Road, Glenbrook NSW 2773
2km (one way) - 0.3 hour - Hard difficulty A challenging yet short hike that's well worth the effort, Blue Pool walking track leads to an idyllic swimming hole in a tranquil bush setting. Located in the Glenbrook area of Blue Mountains National Park, it's an ideal day-trip for families or friends wanting a relaxing day out, far from the city. Following the track through the bush, look ... Visit website for more info
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Lennox Bridge in The Blue Mountains

Mitchells Pass, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Lennox Bridge on Mitchells Pass at Glenbrook is the oldest stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland. This elegant single span stone arch bridge was built in local stone and completed in 1833 by David Lennox using unskilled convict labour. It took one year to complete. The sandstone was quarried nearby and the bridge carried all the traffic to western New South Wales until 1926. An early engineering masterpiece.
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Glenbrook Gorge track

Glenbrook Gorge track, Glenbrook NSW 2773
1.5km (one way) - 3 hour - Hard difficulty This dynamic track is for the adventurous at heart, and will have you rock-hopping down the beautiful Glenbrook Gorge in no time. Located in the eastern reaches of Blue Mountains National Park, Glenbrook Gorge track is short yet challenging and bound to get that heart pumping. Tracing the base of the gorge, there's the chance to get off-track as ... Visit website for more info

Glenbrook

Glenbrook, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Glenbrook is located 67 kilometres west of Sydney, the eastern gateway to the Blue Mountains and the entry point to Glenbrook National Park. Offering bushwalking, mountain biking and picnics at Euroka Clearing, Glenbrook has untouched landscapes and spectacular lookouts. Explore the areas walking tracks leading to waterholes on Glenbrook Creek, lookouts at Tunnel View and Mount Portal and Red Hands Cave. Glenbrook Village is a charming village with unique shops and a variety of lovely cafes to choose from. Visit the famous "Aitkens in the Round" painted Australian Panorama located in Wascoe Street. For information about the region, call into Glenbrook Visitor Centre located on the Great Western Highway. Open from 8.30am, seven days a week....

Mt Dan's Adventures

Location Advised on Booking, Glenbrook NSW 2773
Providing guided adventure tours in the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury. Come on an adventure with Mt Dan's Adventures. Turn your holiday into an Australian adventure holiday. Offering fly fishing tours, bushwalking and camping tours, abseiling tours and much more. Mt Dan's Adventures specialise in small groups and can tailor a tour to suit you. See hidden corners of the beautiful Blue Mountains from their local perspective. The adventure tours are heaps of fun and take in some of the best views the Blue Mountains have on offer. Mt Dan's Adventures pride themselves on excellent customer service....

Glenbrook Village

PO Box 266 , Glenbrook NSW 2773
Glenbrook Village is a destination and attraction all in one as it combines natural locations with man made activities. A combination of modern man and ancient man, those of the original Australian aboriginals such as Red Hand cave and other markers and carvings. Glenbrook Village is about one hour from the Sydney central business district, and one hour from Katoomba. It's a gateway to the Blue Mountains and World Heritage Listed National Park, with great swimming holes, and historic locations - explore and get to know where they come from. The community contains artists, a bakery, bookstore, cafes and restaurants. The atmosphere is relaxed, yet still close to the hustle of Sydney. Glenbrook Village is a special part of the world - come and experience it for yourself. There is nothing like mountain living!...