Rylstone is a heritage village on the western edge of the Blue Mountains, 238 km north-west of Sydney. The town acts as a gateway to the World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park to the east and the scenic Capertee Valley to the south. Rylstone is noted for its lovely stone buildings. Not only are the administrative buildings along Louee Street and the four churches made from local sandstone, but also private homes and businesses. Most were constructed between 1865 and 1895.
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