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SPRINGWOOD information & attractions
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Introduction:

Springwood is located towards the eastern edge of the Blue Mountains, between the smaller communities of Faulconbridge and Valley Heights.

This scenic mountain village features an extensive shopping strip away from the busy highway along Macquarie Road, and is dotted with a number of historic buildings including the Braemar Gallery (1892), Frazer Memorial Presbyterian Church (1895) and the National Trust classified railway station.

Springwood offers a number of attractive parks and walking tracks, many of which follow the numerous creeks and gullies in the surrounding forests and Blue Mountains National Park.

 
Art & culture:

Norman Lindsay's house
Located in neighbouring Faulconbridge, this residence set within extensive grounds was the home of one of Australia's most exceptional artists and is now a gallery, displaying Lindsay's works

Parks, gardens & trails:

Blue Mountains National Park
Visited by over 3 million people annually, the park features chiselled sandstone outcrops, gorges, valleys, forests, isolated animal populations and over 140 kilometres of walking tracks with spectacular lookouts

Regional touring guides:

Visit Blue Mountains
Published by Blue Mountains Tourism, it features details on attractions, accommodation, tours, bushwalking and dining options
Blue Mountains Australia
A business and tourism directory for the Blue Mountains region

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