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Supporting Our Community: Council Waives Sportsground Fees
8 Jul 2020
Supporting Our Community: Council Waives Sportsground Fees
Blue Mountains City Council has waived sportsground fees for the current Winter and next Summer season, to support the community following bushfires and COVID-19. 
Council establishes Wildlife Recovery Mayoral Reference Group
8 Jul 2020
Council establishes Wildlife Recovery Mayoral Reference Group
A Wildlife Recovery Mayoral Reference Group (WRMRG) will be established in response to the long term drought and recent bush fires that have affected the City’s biodiversity. 
Supporting Our Community After Bushfires: Blue Mountains Bushfire Recovery Action Plan Updated and Endorsed
8 Jul 2020
Supporting Our Community After Bushfires: Blue Mountains Bushfire Recovery Action Plan Updated and Endorsed
Council’s Bushfire Recovery Action Plan outlines recovery efforts since the summer’s unprecedented bush fires in the Blue Mountains, and details continuing strategies for the rest of 2020. 
Celebrating 20 years as a City within a World Heritage Area
7 Jul 2020
Celebrating 20 years as a City within a World Heritage Area
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Greater Blue Mountains region being granted World Heritage status by the United Nations. 
Lydia Leaps from Home School to Higher Education with TAFE NSW
6 Jul 2020
Lydia Leaps from Home School to Higher Education with TAFE NSW
A Valley Heights woman is reassuring people without an ATAR that higher education dreams do come true. Over the course of six short months, Lydia Lovett has earned an Award for Excellence in Allied Health Assistance at her TAFE NSW graduation and scored entry to a university to study sport and exercise science – all without setting foot in a high school. 
Supporting Penrith/Blue Mountains Domestic Violence Services
5 Jul 2020
Supporting Penrith/Blue Mountains Domestic Violence Services
Domestic violence victim-survivors across Penrith and the Blue Mountains will have more vital help available during the COVID-19 pandemic, with five local services receiving more funding as part of the NSW and Federal Governments’ recent $21 million investment. 
Love Local Lessons to launch in July school holidays
4 Jul 2020
Love Local Lessons to launch in July school holidays
Blue Mountains City Council is proud to launch Love Local Lessons, a series of free, online tutorials for both adults and children. 
Mayoral Relief Fund Receives Sister City Donation
3 Jul 2020
Mayoral Relief Fund Receives Sister City Donation
A significant donation has been made to the Bush Fire Mayoral Relief Fund by the Blue Mountains’ Sister City in Sanda, Hyogo, approximately 500km south of Tokyo, Japan. 
Fight Against Foxes in the Blue Mountains
3 Jul 2020
Fight Against Foxes in the Blue Mountains
A new campaign will focus on fighting the impact of foxes on native wildlife in the upper Blue Mountains following the horror bushfire season. 
Have Your Say on Wentworth Falls Lake Park Proposals
2 Jul 2020
Have Your Say on Wentworth Falls Lake Park Proposals
Earlier this year, Blue Mountains City Council asked for community feedback on the upgrade of Wentworth Falls Lake Park. Following valuable input, Council has drafted a preliminary version of a Masterplan, for public review. 
Live'n'Local After the Fires
2 Jul 2020
Live'n'Local After the Fires
Lithgow City Council, in collaboration with the National Bushfire Recovery Agency is presenting a season of Live'n'Local community live music events beginning early July. 
Can You Go Plastic Free for July 2020?
1 Jul 2020
Can You Go Plastic Free for July 2020?
Join millions of people reducing their plastic waste. 
Knapsack Park Upgrade Underway
1 Jul 2020
Knapsack Park Upgrade Underway
A major upgrade of Knapsack Park is underway to improve safety and facilities at the popular precinct. 
Temporary Closure - Wentworth Falls Area Walking Tracks - Fri 3rd July 2020
29 Jun 2020
Temporary Closure - Wentworth Falls Area Walking Tracks - Fri 3rd July 2020
National Parks & Wildlife Service
Blue Mountains National Park – Wentworth Falls Area

Friday 3rd July – weather dependent 
Kids Ride Free on Blue Mountains Explorer Bus
28 Jun 2020
Kids Ride Free on Blue Mountains Explorer Bus
Kids can experience edge-of-the-cliff thrills in the Blue Mountains from the safety of a double decker big red bus these school holidays – for free. 
Here’s Why We Can’t Stop Getting Lost in National Parks
28 Jun 2020
Here’s Why We Can’t Stop Getting Lost in National Parks
As national parks and trails across Australia spring back to life post-pandemic, new research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has revealed the risky behaviour of visitors is placing their safety in danger. 
Lithgow Bushfire Recovery Service Drop-In Centre to recommence in July
28 Jun 2020
Lithgow Bushfire Recovery Service Drop-In Centre to recommence in July
Lithgow City Council will be recommencing the Bushfire Mobile Recovery Service Drop-In Centre at the Lithgow Library on Thursday 2 July at 3pm. 
Campbell Rhododendron Gardens Annual Lodge Open Weeks Cancelled for 2020
27 Jun 2020
Campbell Rhododendron Gardens Annual Lodge Open Weeks Cancelled for 2020
The volunteers of the Blue Mountains Rhododendron Society of NSW Inc.—who manage and maintain the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens—have been hard at work restoring the plants damaged when fire raged through the Gardens in December 2019. 
Penrith Regional Gallery to Reopen from 28 June with Dream Realised: Our Community Victory
27 Jun 2020
Penrith Regional Gallery to Reopen from 28 June with Dream Realised: Our Community Victory
Penrith Regional Gallery, Home of the Lewers Bequest will reopen its spaces to the public on Sunday 28 June with the exhibition suite Dream Realised: our community victory. 
Mayor Rejects New Housing Code for Blue Mountains
26 Jun 2020
Mayor Rejects New Housing Code for Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill has sounded the alarm as the NSW Government announces it will force its Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code onto councils across NSW, including the Blue Mountains. 
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