Blue Mountains News
Plastic Free July Morning Tea
Did you know; Australians use 1.3 million tonnes of plastic each year!
Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities.
Come and celebrate Plastic Free July, with a morning tea today, 17 July, at Lithgow Library commencing at 10.30 am.
The best way to limit creating plastic waste is to prevent using it in the first place; avoid, reduce, reuse and recycle!
The Blue Mountains Heat of the Australian Poetry Slam is on again.
Dozens of aged and disability care jobs are available locally with leading...
Blue Mountains and Wollondilly councils, and the State Member for Blue...
Community groups, sporting clubs, and local Councils are being encouraged...
To commemorate Threatened Species Day, come and join in the festivitie...
Eagle View Escape Ask about our 'ditch your device' campaign. Willing to sacrifice your devices for the weekend?
Lindsay's Cafe Relax and explore Norman Lindsay's: Stop for breakfast or lunch at Faulconbridge. Air-conditioned in, delightful out
Blue Mountains Mystery Tours Join Paranormal Pete to investigate the reports of Ghosts & Paranormal activity at the Lithgow mine, 21st SEPTEMBER.
Blue Mountains Lakeside B&B & Self-contained Generous discounts on two night stays. Kayaks and fishing available.The Lake has a captivating Nature Walk.
Hills Havens SAVE $$$ when you BOOK 2 - 3 nights...see www.hillshavensleura.com.au for details and bookings.