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Faulconbridge is a charming and picturesque Blue Mountains holiday town located at an elevation of 440 metres above sea level and just 75 km from all the entertainment options in Penrith and Sydney. Faulconbridge is a perfect place to stay and use as a base for a Blue Mountains Holiday - far enough away from the bright lights, but close enough for a big night out in the big smoke! Faulconbridge is famous and a very popular destination for its wonderful range of bushwalking and mountain bike trails. It is also home to Norman Lindsay`s house and is where the `Father of Federation` in Australia, Sir Henry Parkes, is buried in the Faulconbridge Cemetery, just opposite the railway station. Lining Sir Henry`s Parade is the famous Prime Ministers` Corridor of Oaks. These set of trees were planted as directed by Joseph Jackson in 1933. The intention was that every Australian Prime Minister, or their representative would plant an oak tree along the corridor. Located between Springwood and Faulconbridge is a delightful museum and gallery establish in the renovated historic home of Norman Lindsay, a famous Australian Artist. The Grose River gorge can be reached directly from Faulconbridge via a fire trail leading from the end of Grose Road and the Faulconbridge Point lookout and then down a steep path into the gorge. The river has wonderful scenery, angling opportunities and many bushwalking trails.From Jackson Park in Faulconbridge, visitors can bushwalk to Sassafras Gully and Clarinda Falls along the popular Victoria Walking Track.


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