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Swampfest is Coming to Leura on 23 September
8 Sep 2018
Swampfest is Coming to Leura on 23 September
Why do waterfalls flow even during drought?
What’s the difference between a crayfish and a yabbie?
What local plant still living today was a likely dinosaur snack 200 million years ago? 
Blue Mountains Explorer Bus: Locals Ride Free Weekend
8 Sep 2018
Blue Mountains Explorer Bus: Locals Ride Free Weekend
What's big, red, the only one of its kind in the world in a national park and the only one that doesn't live in a city? The hop-on/hop-off Blue Mountains Explorer Bus. 
Scottish Folk: Alan Reid and Rob Van Sante + Wombats Crossing in Concert
8 Sep 2018
Scottish Folk: Alan Reid and Rob Van Sante + Wombats Crossing in Concert
Scottish Folk: Alan Reid (Ex-Battlefield Band) and Rob Van Sante + Special Guests Wombats Crossing in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse Upstairs for ‘Metro Social’ Katoomba Blue Mountains, Friday 28th September 2018 
Western Sydney Artists Premier New Theatre Work at Sydney Fringe Festival
7 Sep 2018
Western Sydney Artists Premier New Theatre Work at Sydney Fringe Festival
This year The Sydney Fringe Festival has partnered with Q Theatre in Penrith to provide more opportunities for Western Sydney based indie artists through the creation and presentation of two fantastic shows. 
Makers Market – 2018 Long Weekend Edition
7 Sep 2018
Makers Market – 2018 Long Weekend Edition
Scenic World is hosting the Makers Market – 2018 Long Weekend Edition to celebrate the talents of Blue Mountains artisans who contribute so much vitality to our region. 
'Dust': An Exhibition About Insects, Collections and Heritage Buildings
6 Sep 2018
'Dust': An Exhibition About Insects, Collections and Heritage Buildings
The last artistic event of the Academy’s 2018 program ‘Dust : An exhibition about insects, collections and heritage buildings’ opens on Saturday 15 September. 
An Atmospheric Journey from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons to New Australian Music
6 Sep 2018
An Atmospheric Journey from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons to New Australian Music
Coming soon to The Joan; an entire concert dedicated to the sounds of the seasons matched with brand-new Indigenous dance in Four-Colour-Season presented by The Song Company and The Thomas E.S Kelly Project on 28 September. 
Blue Mountains Residents Get Their Chance to Have a Say on My Health Record
5 Sep 2018
Blue Mountains Residents Get Their Chance to Have a Say on My Health Record
Blue Mountains residents now have a chance to have their say on the My Health Record system, with a Senate inquiry underway. 
Blue Mountains Leads the Way on Reducing Waste to Landfill
5 Sep 2018
Blue Mountains Leads the Way on Reducing Waste to Landfill
Blue Mountains City Council has been following the popular ABC TV series, ‘War on Waste’ with great interest. The documentary has attracted national attention and action and provides an opportunity to reflect on our own success in managing waste in the Blue Mountains. 
Why You Need to Switch to the NBN
4 Sep 2018
Why You Need to Switch to the NBN
The National Broadband Network (NBN) has prompted national conversations over the last few years, and much of the time the view has been negative. It was heralded as a revolutionary high-speed Internet service before being labelled as a political disaster and repurposed to use much of the existing phone network. This backflip, combined with lots of technical jargon like hybrid fibre-coaxial, CVC and POIs, has left many Aussies feeling confused and frustrated. 
Blue Mountains Endorses City Deal Liveability Projects
4 Sep 2018
Blue Mountains Endorses City Deal Liveability Projects
Blue Mountains City Council is nominating six key projects for up to $15 million of funding under the Western Sydney City Deal Liveability Program. 
Roads Re-Sealing – September 2018
3 Sep 2018
Roads Re-Sealing – September 2018
Works will commence on the bitumen reseal of four rural roads within the Lithgow Local Government Area during the month of September. 
Old Books Needing New Homes
2 Sep 2018
Old Books Needing New Homes
In a bid to make room for the ever growing collection, Lithgow Library is saying goodbye to its outdated and obsolete books. Items from all subject genres as well as outdated fiction will be on sale at the Lithgow Library from 19 September to 6 October. 
Black Spot Program Funds Set to Save Lives in Penrith
2 Sep 2018
Black Spot Program Funds Set to Save Lives in Penrith
Some of Penrith’s accident hot spots are set for a safety upgrade thanks to funding provided through the Morrison Government’s Black Spot Program. 
World Record Set at Speed Week 2018 for the Fastest Blind Person Riding a Motorbike
2 Sep 2018
World Record Set at Speed Week 2018 for the Fastest Blind Person Riding a Motorbike
He has no sight, but he has a throttle, he has steering, he has balance and he has loads of grit. That is what it took 2018 Nepean Disability Expo ambassador Ben Felten to break the World’s Fastest Blind Man record earlier this year. 
40km/h Around Stopped Emergency Vehicles
1 Sep 2018
40km/h Around Stopped Emergency Vehicles
From 1 September 2018, a new road rule will commence to improve the safety of emergency workers when they are stopped on the road. 
Hydro Majestic Hotel Spring Entertainment Line-Up
1 Sep 2018
Hydro Majestic Hotel Spring Entertainment Line-Up
The original Blue Mountains party palace is gearing up for a vibrant Spring entertainment line-up accompanied by a host of seasonal food offerings. 
Spill or Be Spilled! The Joan Presents: The Wharf Revue 2018
1 Sep 2018
Spill or Be Spilled! The Joan Presents: The Wharf Revue 2018
The Wharf Revue is back for another year of hilariously accurate political satire at the Joan – and what timing! 
First Concrete Poured for New Nepean Hospital Car Park
31 Aug 2018
First Concrete Poured for New Nepean Hospital Car Park
Nepean Hospital’s $576 million Stage 1 redevelopment is underway with the first concrete slab poured for the new multi-storey car park. 
Council Recommends Traffic Solutions for Lapstone Sports Precinct
30 Aug 2018
Council Recommends Traffic Solutions for Lapstone Sports Precinct
Blue Mountains City Council has completed a review of traffic conditions in Lapstone’s Explorers Road and Governors Drive precinct which identified a number of improvements to address traffic flow, parking arrangements and traffic congestion in the area. 
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