Category Archives: What’s On

Ask Roz eMag allows you to create your own digital magazine

In an Australian first, you can now create your own “personal” digital magazine ….. Ask Roz eMag. Instead of putting up with the content that magazine publishers want you to see, wouldn’t it be great to be able to create your own bespoke digital magazine, where the content would only be things of interest to you. “No… Read More »

Promote your event in Ask Roz for free

Ask Roz would like to help you promote your event, but to do that we need some key information. Did you know that Australians over 18 spend an average of 35 hours per week browsing on their mobile device.  Through our multi award-winning Ask Roz platform, you will reach web, mobile, social media and digital… Read More »

Autumn colours in Mount Wilson

Mt Wilson, is a wonderful heritage garden village in the Blue Mountains, that has magnificent natural bushland and rainforest, walks and canyons as well as historic houses and grand exotic gardens, some of which are open to the public. The Mount Wilson area was surveyed in 1868 by Edward Wyndham. It was subsequently named after… Read More »

Scenic World Sculptures 2017

Enjoy this Time Lapse video of Scenic World Blue Mountains Sculptures. They are on daily until the 7th May. Check them out. With 41 artists creating 35 artworks for exhibition, not only is this the biggest show ever, it also includes the work of 10 local artists. Sculptures at Scenic World Use your free Ask… Read More »

Daredevils or crazy people walk a tightrope suspended 100 METRES above the valley floor

ABC News reported “Slacklining taken to new heights above Kanangra Falls in the Blue Mountains for short film” and they weren’t wrong. According to Wikapedia, Slacklining is: Slacklining refers to the act of walking or balancing along a suspended length of flat webbing that is tensioned between two anchors. Slacklining is similar to slack rope walking… Read More »

Concert to showcase local talent for Youth Week 2017

Some of the most talented performers from Blue Mountains high schools will be presented in a Youth Week 2017 showcase at a special concert at Blaxland High School on Thursday 6 April. Photo:  Winmalee High School rock band ‘Penny Dreadful’ is one of many acts on the Youth Week Concert program showcasing local talent in… Read More »

The best Blue Mountains’ waterfalls to visit after rain

After good rainfalls over the greater Blue Mountains region, some beautiful Waterfalls spring into life. As the rain eases, the volume of water in the waterfalls around the Blue Mountains will decrease quickly. That being said, you should still get some great photo opportunities. In this article, we’ll look at some of the most popular… Read More »

The Paul Harris Memorial Lookout, a Blackheath treasure

The Paul Harris Memorial lookout is a surprise. It’s hidden and seldom visited and would be the only lookout in the Blue Mountains that is viewed from a shelter. The Paul Harris Lookout is marked by a concrete and steel structure providing shelter to visitors taking in views over Blackheath Glen and Shipley Plateau. This lookout… Read More »

2017 Charleston Challenge – World Record Attempt, Blue Mountains, Australia

Filmed on 25th February 2017 at the Hydro Majestic Hotel in the Blue Mountains of Australia. Kitty Von Tastique was the Ambassador for the ‘Roaring 20s Festival & All That Jazz’ this year. Although they didn’t break the record they had lots of fun trying! Dancers leading the Charleston Challenge were from the Sydney Swing Katz.… Read More »