The Tuckshop, brought to Hartley Vale by the Scouts, is a tastefully converted cabin to enjoy the valley views and wildlife.
There is a large comfortable day bed, a kitchen made from local mountain ash, vintage table and recycled hardwood deck that flows into the garden. The original Victorian boys brick outhouse has gorgeous cedar lined tin roof and old beams. It been renovated from a long drop dunny with cubicles to a real toilet with vintage sink and a shower with hot water!
Hartley Vale is a tiny valley on the west of the Blue Mountains looking up at Mount York and the ridge to Mt Victoria.
Hartley Vale, one of the 'colony's' earlier settlements over the Great Divide,…
You really need a car to get here. But you could hike or bike from Mount Victoria train station? Trains also come to Lithgow but not as regularly.
We will send a 'mud map' of how to get here. Don't b…