Festivals & Events
This page contains a directory of web sites for specific Blue Mountains Festivals and Events. For a complete calendar of events within the Blue Mountains, please see What's On.
Australia's Most Spectacular Caves!Amazing! Open daily, Jenolan Caves are the worlds oldest caves, and are considered Australias most outstanding. Friendly guides will show you through your choice of 8 spectacular show caves, for all ages and fitness levels. Plus there are night tours, ghost tours, Adventure Caving, self-guided tour, bush walks, and kids tours (in NSW school holidays). There are family and seniors discounts, plus a wide range of food and accommodation - something for everyone!
Location: Jenolan Caves
Blue Mountains Musical SocietyLocated in the Blue Mountains Theatre And Community Hub in Springwood, the Blue Mountains Musical Society performs two major productions each year. The Blue Mountains Musical Society is a non-profit community based group with over 200 active members. Current show: WE WILL ROCK YOU October/November 2018
For the love of the ClassicsThe Blue Mountains Concert Society presents outstanding classical music concerts with internationally acclaimed artists, locally at The Blue Mountains Theatre in Springwood. The concerts this year include Classical and Jazz. The 2021 Concert Series commences with Piano & Violin from Simon Tedeschi & Andrew Haveron, Inventi Ensemble in August and Ian Cooper & his Jazz Ensemble in November. The BMCS is a non-profit community incorporated company. See our website for more details.
Blackheath Art Society is a community of artists who work weekly in life drawing, painting (using all media), printmaking and ceramics in a purpose-built studio....
The annual Blue Mountains Film Festival showcases the best short films from the around the world - set against the dramatic landscape of the Blue Mountains....
Location: Wentworth Falls