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Kings Tableland Aboriginal Place

By | July 29, 2021

Kings Tableland Aboriginal Place is a wonderful place to visit. It was a camping and meeting place of significance to Gundungurra people. Be respectful of the history of the location when you visit. It was historically used as a camping site by Aboriginal residents of the Burragorang Valley Aboriginal camp who would walk to Wentworth… Read More »

Social Distancing Exercise Walks in the Blue Mountains

By | July 28, 2021

Updated: 25th July 2021 To help us all get through our most recent COVID lockdown we created a special eMag “Social Distancing Walks”. The eMag has over 50 great walks, all within the Blue Mountains LGA. SCROLL DOWN to see the eMag. You can bookmark it for future use. You can also add it to… Read More »

Layers in Time Woodford Reserve

By | July 28, 2021

Updated: 7th July 2021 Layers in Time takes visitors on a self-guided 1.4km loop of Woodford Reserve, capturing the site’s history and sharing these stories in an accessible and engaging way. Illustrated signage along the heritage trail now immerses the visitor in the history of the site and features QR codes to quickly and easily… Read More »

LOVE LOCAL: Blue Mountains businesses need your support now more than ever

By | July 3, 2021

  The BMCC is re-igniting its popular Love Local campaign to boost support of local businesses following the latest COVID-19 restrictions.   The campaign, first launched in January 2020 amid that summer’s bushfires, encourages the community to spend more with local businesses during difficult times. It evolved last year during the onset of the pandemic.… Read More »

Blue Mountains COVID Lockdown Takeaways

By | July 13, 2021

With COVID Lockdown in place, there are still some amazing places open for “Takeaway” food. To help out, we’ve made up a list of places that are open for “lockdown takeaway”. If you have a business that’s not listed, and you’d like to be listed, send us a message via Facebook. Be sure to include… Read More »

The BMCC bushfire recovery projects awarded funding

By | July 2, 2021

The BMCC has welcomed the announcement that three of its bushfire recovery projects, valued at $5.3 million, have been funded by the Australian and NSW governments. Grants, under Stream 2 of the Local Bushfire Economic Recovery Fund, have been awarded for the following projects: The Grand Cliff Top Walk – A World Class Bushwalking Experience… Read More »

Berghofers Pass Mount Victoria a wonderful kid friendly walk

By | July 16, 2021

Updated 16th July 2021 Berghofers Pass, Mount Victoria is a great walk for kids and it’s dog on-leash and horse friendly. Because it’s a return walk you can walk as far or as little as you like.   About 10 minutes into the walk there is a great picnic table to enjoy a treat of… Read More »

Dog off-leash areas in the Blue Mountains

By | June 25, 2021

The Blue Mountains has a number of dog off-leash areas. Each dog off-leash exercise area has a sign to outline the conditions of use. Dog off-leash etiquette Conditions of use for Dog Off-Leash areas: Dog off-leash area hours of use must be obeyed at all times Any dog displaying aggression must be removed from the… Read More »

Great Markets in the Blue Mountains

By | July 27, 2021

There are 3 very special markets, in the Blue Mountains, the “Springwood Grower’s Market”, the “Magpie Market” and the “Blackheath Growers Market“. SPRINGWOOD GROWER’S MARKET FOURTH Sunday of each month – Except April due to Anzac Day and at Christmas we run on the third Sunday. Here: https://w3w.co/slug.redid.exteriors We are a farmers and growers market… Read More »

Leura Cascades loop walk

By | July 15, 2021

Updated 14th July 2021 This is a wonderful family loop walk that offers at least 4 lookouts, the Leura Cascades and a great picnic area. Now access to the Leura Cascades is open and the NPWS have finished the track upgrade this is a must do walk. MORE info on the recently opened Leura Cascades:… Read More »