We’re thrilled to welcome the easing of travel restrictions within NSW (and here’s hoping we can welcome visitors from interstate as soon as it’s safe).
While you’re here at Bunjaree Cottages, you’re in your own self-contained cottage that’s at least 50 metres from any other cottage – so there’s no risk of guests putting other guests at risk!
We’re more than happy to welcome guests again, and you’ll find that Blue Mountains villages will also be glad to see anyone who maintains social distancing. So – make the trip and visit the lovely Blue Mountains again!
With all in our community, Richard and Trudi at Bunjaree Cottages are extremely grateful to the brave personnel of the NSW RFS, who kept our beloved Blue Mountains safe from the triple threat of the Ruined Castle fire, the Grose Valley fire, and the Erskine Creek fire. Through their efforts, we are delighted to say to the world that the Blue Mountains is open for business!
The recent rain has given a respite we all hope will last until the next fire season. To celebrate, we have a special low flat-rate offer for Easter 2020!
The April school holidays will give you a great chance to say hello to the new Scenic Railway – with track upgrades and all-new carriages, in the familiar drop-into-the-unknown experience that’s made the former mining railway a Blue Mountains faviourite. More information here.
February and March is a glorious time in the Blue Mountains, with pleasant days and cool nights offering the best of both worlds. While the rest of the State swelters, enjoy perfectly civilised average maximum temperatures of 20-22ºC, ideal whether your passion is bushwalking, exploring the region’s gardens, sampling or picking fresh regional produce of exploring antique and vintage stores in the Mountains’ villages .
Meanwhile, overnight temperatures drop to 11-13ºC, just right for curling up under the doona or even enjoying our cottages’ slow combustion stoves.
Mulled wine, anyone? Just ask, and we’ll put a Herbie’s mulling wine spice pack in your cottage – at no charge.