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The Bull's Camp Reserve has significant historic associations with the early European occupation of the Blue Mountains, being the site of a convict stockade established in 1835 when convict gangs were utilised to complete major road lines extending to the north, west and south of Sydney. Local historians claim the grooves on this rock would have been used to assist with the flogging of convicts.

The Blue Mountains Visitor Information Centre is the place to obtain information for a visit to the Blue Mountains. Services available include a free booking service for accommodation, tours and adventure activities, wireless internet access, iPads, bushwalking guides, maps and books, an extensive retail outlet featuring exclusive Blue Mountains souvenirs, postcards and gifts and a coffee vending machine. If you are contemplating a walk into the wilderness you can also borrow one of their personal locator beacons (PLB's).

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My thanks Tiffany,,,, call again anytime.

Thanks, Crvzr
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I'm honoured Peter. Thank you for your visit.

Yes it is, Peter - or was!
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Thank you Thierry, I was not sure about the B&W treatment or the title but I am pleased you like it.. Regards Jack

Thanks very muvh, Chaydeé, it's nice of you to say so!
My regards from NSW.
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Great perspective and so sweet colors! A big like for it! Best regards, christian



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