Mt. Wilson is a heritage garden village, located in the World Heritage Blue Mountains, approximately 150 km away from Sydney. It is famous for its beautiful cold climate exotic gardens. The village and surrounding are alive with reds, yellows, oranges and browns as the greens are fading away on the leaves when the cool night of autumn hits. People from everywhere come to the area to marvel at the spectacular autumn foliage.
Sydney Suburb – Badgerys Creek (2)
It started to rain on the way back to M7 at Elizabeth Drive. A strawberry farm stall got my attention. ‘Fresh, Sweet. Drive In’ – the strawberry sign slowed me down. Just about to drive in to the farm, I found there was no one there. Maybe it was still too early in the morning. Stopping the car on the opposite of the strawberry farm, walked to the farm fruit shop and had a short chat with the old man. His mangoes were the best I had in this season.
Wiki said that Badgerys Creek is located approximately 51 kilometers west of the Sydney CBD, and it is in the area of City of Liverpool.
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