Treeview Estates offers the best in retirement living, with a friendly village atmosphere, nestled in the gorgeous Blue Mountains. Located in Lithgow, Treeview residents enjoy the best of both worlds, with the natural splendour of this World Heritage area along with the convenience of nearby shops, restaurants, and so much more!
Lithgow is a diverse and historic town, with something to offer everyone. For the more adventurous spirit, there is lots to explore, such as Glow Worm Tunnel or Jenolan Caves, with impressive rock formations and an extensive array of native flora and fauna. For the history buff, check out the Hartley Historic Site, a small village and courthouse from the 1800’s that includes a Spectra-Vision presentation of early settlers and convicts telling their stories. The Glen Davis Ruins also offers guided tours every Saturday, giving visitors the chance to learn about the once thriving mine and refinery. Possibly one of the best things Lithgow has to offer is the beauty of the Blue Mountains. Just minutes away from the town centre, Hassan’s Walls Lookout is the highest scenic lookout in the mountains, or you can check out Bracey Lookout, both with stunning panoramic views of the valleys below.
If it’s culture you’re after, Lithgow’s Gang Gang gallery is a fantastic choice to immerse yourself in the arts. A contemporary gallery with pieces from all traditions and mediums, Gang Gang is an important part of the local community. Meanwhile, The Eskbank House and Museum offers a peek into the history of Lithgow. Eskbank House is the home of Thomas Brown, the founder of coal mining in the area. The museum features furniture, pottery, photographs and other Lithgow memorabilia. If you’re looking for an interesting way to wrap up your day, book a tour of the Craft Works Distillery, and support the local craft whiskey, with some memorable releases to enjoy, such as Grumpy Old Man on a Hill!
Lithgow also offers a range of cafes, restaurants, shops, and even a golf club. Visitors to Lithgow love to discover some of the favourite local places to wine and dine, like the Tin Shed, the Blue Fox, and Lithgow Workies. For area residents, be sure to mark your calendars for the unique and colourful festivals held each year, including Lithglow and the gothic Ironfest. Described as Sydney’s out west adventure playground, Lithgow is an area rich in culture, breathtaking scenery, and fun for all ages!