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Food and Dining

Love Studio is a fully self-contained dwelling with gas stove, fridge and BBQ for you to cook up your own delicious meals.  If you prefer a more indulgent, hassle-free stay why not try the local dinning options listed below.

>>The Apple Bar

Apple Bar provides a unique restaurant and bar experience with city-smart style but stays true to its country heratige.” Choose from a range of gourmet specials and delicious wines…

>>Restaurant Tomah

Casual Australian dining with à la carte options and great views over the Wollemi Wilderness…

>>Sam’s Apple Pies

Homemade yummy apple pies and fresh coffee as well as a range of locally grown fruit and other edibles.

*It is a good idea to buy all of your supplies before arriving at Love Studio as there are no supermarkets, liquor stores or pharmacies in the Bilpin region.

Local Activities

The Bilpin region has many activities to compliment your leisurely stay at Love Studio.

>>Bilpin Markets

10am – 12pm each Saturday. Come along for local produce, plants, art and craft…

>>Pick your own Fruit

Bilpin is famous for delicious stone fruit and there are many roadside stalls and shops selling orchard produce. For the real experience why not pick your own…

>>Zig-Zag Railway

An unforgettable trip in this old-fashioned steam train takes you on a scenic ride near Lithgow. Experience 19th century engineering and great scenery…

>>Mt Tomah Botanical Gardens

Beautiful, well-established botanical gardens with a range of  flora from around the world…

>>Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine

Mt Wilson is a beautiful mountain township with heritage cool-climate gardens, a range of natural attractions and some great views…

>>Blue Mountains Discovery Trail

18 Discovery Trails make up the Greater Blue Mountains Drive – and one of these starts right at Love Studio. ‘The Mounts’ Discovery Trail begins and ends at Berambing, winding its way along Bells Line of Road, Mt. Wilson and Mt. Irvine and finally crossing Bowen’s Creek downstream of Love Studio…

Astronomy

Clear mountain skys can be awe-inspiring to those who have never seen the stars away from the city lights. The spectacle of the cosmos can be truly amazing on cloudless nights and if you come at the right time of year there are a number of meteor showers worth looking out for. A pair of binoculars is worth bringing along, particularly if there is a full moon.

>>Key Meteor Showers for Australian Sky Watchers

>>Blue Mountains Star Gazing

>>The Astronomical Society of NSW

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