Our beautiful Labyrinth is located at Little Hartley in the shadow of Mount Sugarloaf.
The Labyrinth is constructed of bush stone collected on the land where we live – 5 acres, most of which is western Blue Mountains bushland, and the home of red-necked Wallabies, and eastern grey Kangaroos, as well as at least one wombat, an echidna family, tortoises and frogs. The sloughed skins of snakes have been found too.
The Labyrinth is available for individual meditative walks, or for small groups.
Please contact me if you would like to walk the Labyrinth, or spend some time here, in beautiful Little Hartley.
Labyrinth details –
Classical design, 7 circuit, 10 metre, made from bush stone, the Labyrinth is easily accessed from the road, the is itself is not wheelchair accessible
Little Hartley is located on the western slopes of the Blue Mountains. The labyrinth is oriented east to Mt Sugarloaf, and there are views to escarpments towards Katoomba