The Blue Mountains Heritage Advisory Committee seeks to encourage increased community participation, awareness and appreciation of heritage in the Blue Mountains. 

The Committee meets four times annually to provide advice and support to Council on heritage matters. It is comprised of 2 Councillors and 8 to 12 community members from the City’s peak heritage bodies including the Blue Mountains Branch of the National Trust, the Blue Mountains Association of Cultural Heritage Organisations and local community historical societies.

The Committee is currently focusing on:

  • Preparations for an upcoming heritage forum to support private heritage owners and promote the value of heritage within the Blue Mountains
  • Developing a heritage trail via a digital app to provide visitors with information about historic sites in the Blue Mountains. 

The Terms of Reference for the Blue Mountains Heritage Advisory Committee as well as the minutes for Committee meetings held during this past year, are listed below.

For further queries or to obtain a copy of earlier meeting minutes, please contact Council on 4780 5000 or