Blue Mountains Lookout
PROJECT - Lady Game and Oreades Lookout Upgrade
LOCATION - Blue Mountains, NSW
CLIENT - National Parks and Wildlife Services
As one of NSW’s most popular tourist attractions, Stainform was proud to assist the National Parks and Wildlife Services in revamping the Lady Game and Oreades lookout areas. Both look out to the famous Three Sisters, who attract approximately 2 million visitors a year.
Stainform’s involvement is part of a $1.5 million upgrade to the Three Sister’s walkway, focusing on improving signage, landscaping and visitor safety.
The Environment Minister Mark Speakman has said of the official re-opening, “I’m delighted to re-open this site to ensure many more visitors can enjoy this ancient and spectacular landscape and add another world-class experience to their Blue Mountains visit”.
Stainform provided extensive walkway barriers, lookout structures and decking to this project, with some items needing to be lifted in via helicopter for installation. The project has seen widespread and strong support from Local Council, Federal MP’s as well as Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Oberon Tourism. Local businesses can also be excited as the improvements to local attractions allows for a flow-on of benefits by way of new and returning tourists.
“The NSW Government has committed to increasing visitor access and enjoyment of the state’s parks and reserves”, said Mr Speakman.