What’s on in the Greater Blue Mountains’ region

By | April 18, 2017

USE your free Ask Roz Blue Mountains app, to find great things to see and do in the greater Blue Mountains region. Below are some links you may find useful on a daily basis. See what’s on, check the weather, read all local newspapers and listen to RMB 96.1. 

What’s On


Rainy DayWheelchair Friendly
Swimming Spots – Hot Days

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Free Apps

Apple: Ask Roz Blue Mountains
Android: Ask Roz Blue Mountains

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NPWS – Alerts
BMCC – Track Closures

Shop Local

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FIND a great local business
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Weather – 7 Day forecast

NB: Use the drop-down to select your preferred location.


Weather Radar  Lightning strike map
Sunrise-Sunset timesDaylight Saving
The Moon cycleMoon Rise & Set

Blue Mountains snow stats – Best viewed on a computer

LISTEN to local radio

Ask Roz Radio Blue Mountains

CLICK HERE to listen to RMB 89.1fm
CLICK HERE to listen to the Blue Mountains Regional Business Chamber’s Business Show

READ local newspapers

NB: You can also read papers on your Ask Roz Blue Mountains app.

SEARCH, CREATE and SHARE your own eMag

eMag is an amazing digital magazine that your SEARCH, CREATE and SHARE. The content is yours. eMag is available in 4 variations.

  • eMag BASIC
  • eMag Pro

Watch the video below to see how to create eMag PERSONAL.

PROMOTE your event on Ask Roz

Ask Roz is happy to consider promoting any event happening in the greater Blue Mountains region. Click here for more information.

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Street Photographers rights explained

The Blue Hour

Have you ever wanted to create beautiful night photos but it was completely dark when you found the right spot and subject? Well, the bluehoursite.com website will help you by calculating the best time frame for taking stunning blue hour pictures. If you don’t know what is “blue hour” then you’re in the right place. It refers to the time after the sun goes below the horizon and the sky goes into deep blue for a while.

Avoiding Light Pollution

Light pollution is a side effect of industrial civilisation. Its sources include building exterior and interior lighting, advertising, commercial properties, offices, factories, streetlights, and illuminated sporting venues.

Light Pollution in the Blue Mountains

Worldwide Light Pollution Map