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Forest Bathing Walk - Blue mountains

Blackheath :

Campbell Rhododendron Gardens 

  • 09.30 - 12.30 (3h)

  • Easy grade (Approx. 1.2km circuit)

  • General level of fitness

  • Japanese tea & snacks at the end

  • Facility : 



per person

Come and experience the rejuvenating practice of Forest Bathing amidst the serene gardens nestled in Blackheath. Enveloped by native eucalyptus trees and sprawling shrubs across 18.3 hectares, this unique sanctuary boasts a tranquil pond, a reflective lake, and a picturesque garden bridge, complemented by a network of well-maintained walking tracks. Witness the garden's enchanting transformation into a vibrant paradise during the seasons of Spring and Autumn.

Meeting location :

Information Booth at The Campbell Rhododendron Gardens


Access :

By Car : 2 hours drive from Sydney via Great Western Highway

By Train : 2 hours from Central Station to Blackheath Station, then 20 min walk to the Gardens 

What to bring/wear :

* Water

* Hat

* Sunscreen

* Notepad & pen (for a nature journal)

* Good hiking/walking shoes

* Long sleeve shirts/trousers

Note : 

* The walking track has limited wheelchair accessibility, offering partial rather than full access.

* Please pay Entry fee of $5 to the Gardens by donation, payable at the Information Booth by cash or card.

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