The Jungle Lodge, Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens Mount Tomah

Blue Mountains Botanical Gardens, Bells Line of Road, Mount Tomah

Situated on Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust land, adjacent to the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, The Jungle Lodge is a generously sized four bedroom, three bathroom self-contained facility able to sleep 10 guests in comfort. With full kitchen facilities, barbecue, television, stereo and easy access into the garden, The Jungle Lodge is suitable for families, groups or couples wanting to refresh and invigorate.

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The Jungle Lodge: A generously sized four bedroom, three bathroom self-contained lodge able to sleep 10 guests in comfort. With full kitchen facilities, barbecue, television, stereo and easy access into the garden, The Jungle Lodge is suitable for families, groups or couples wanting to refresh and invigorate.

Additional Details

Experiences: Flora/Fauna, Nature based

Facilities: BBQ Facilities, Car park, Conference/Convention Facilities, Gardens in property, Gas, Linen Not Supplied, Non Smoking Establishment, Outdoor furniture, Pets not allowed, Restaurant – Licensed, Shop, TV/Lounge Area, Walking Tracks, Wood Heater/Pot Belly

Activities: Birdwatching, Meditating, Bushwalking, Guided Walks

Notes:

Number of Rooms: 4 rooms

Reception Hours: 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday; 9.30am to 4.30pm weekends and public holidays

Opening Hours: 15:00 – 11:00

Convention Details: The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah offers two separate meeting rooms for your conference, both equipped with modern facilities. The Wollemi Room is located within the Visitor Centre and provides a quality venue for up to 50 delegates. With an outlook of mountain views through lush green tree ferns and landscaped gardens, it is a suitable venue for meetings, seminars, workshops and functions. The Waratah Room is located alongside the Visitor Centre and provides conference facilities for up to 100 delegates. With a private veranda overlooking the Residence Garden, this venue also offers suitable venue for meetings, seminars, workshops and functions. During conference breaks guests can enjoy the natural beauty of Mount Tomah, visit the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Exhibition Centre, dine at Restaurant Tomah or experience a special tour option, such as the Aboriginal bush tucker tour led by Aboriginal horticulturalist Brenden Moore. Facilities: adjoining kitchenette, comfortable seating, beautiful views of the gardens and the northern Blue Mountains, data projector or smart board, whiteboard with printing option, television, video and DVD unit, display panels, access to office facilities.

Convention Capacity: 100 visitors

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