Rolling green hills, clean pure air, farmland for as far as they eye can see.
This is Kanimbla in the Blue Mountains NSW Australia.
Kanimbla sports glorious views of the Blue Mountains escarpment. Small creeks are a treasure to behold and can be found in the small patches of bush land forest that line the country roads. Rocks and boulders jut out of the landscape giving it a prehistoric mood. Kanimbla was the name of the local Aboriginal band of the Gundungurra tribe, and has the meaning of "camping or fighting ground"
Coxs River is a beautiful quiet little river, and is well known by fishermen. Large old tree's line this river and they are surrounded by a small forest of bright green foliage. Coxs River was named "Duddawarra" by the Aboriginal people, which has a few meanings, such as "dirty water" and Big bend in river, or camping place with good water.
Kanimbla is indeed a Blue Mountains treasure for it's quietness - not a soul to be seen, and off the beaten track for most people who visit the mountains.