Council makes strategic investment in Katoomba – to create future benefits and opportunities for the City

06 October, 2020

Blue Mountains City Council has purchased the former Katoomba Golf Clubhouse site – with a view to establishing a...

Daniel Lewis, Pinky Carey-Webb, Ben Pearse, Mayor Mark Greenhill, Sophie Vivian and David King.
27 Feb 2021
David King’s tale of the devastation wreaked upon Narrow Neck in the 2019/2020 bushfires, Gunai Dhaura Mulanga, has won the Blue Mountains Stories: A Year Like No Other competition and its $1000 prize.  
Council’s Strategic Land Use Planning Program Leader Michelle Maher and Katoomba High School Teacher Ruby Ladd, with students Salasine Rupsuay, Tsepal Gyaltsen, Amy Goulding, Kayla Sayers, Hannah Mein and Jed Nicholson.
26 Feb 2021
Katoomba High School students are collaborating with Blue Mountains City Council to plan for Katoomba Town Centre and the Civic Centre redevelopment, as part of their geography studies.
Katoomba Falls Reserve Night-lit Walk
26 Feb 2021
The spectacular Katoomba Falls Night-lit Walk is now complete and open to the public to view.
BMCC Economic Development Project Officer Ann Niddrie, Economic Development Program Leader Tessa Hockly and new Creative Industries Project Officer Nicole Law
26 Feb 2021
Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC) is pleased to announce the appointment of local creative professional, Nicole Law, to the newly created role of Creative Industries Project Officer.
Photo: Shane Clancy and Damien Farrington - from Award sponsor Library AV & Large Print - and Community, Library & Customer Services Manager Vicki Edmund, Reference & Marketing Librarian Theresa Lock and Library Assistant Susan Ambler.
22 Feb 2021
Blue Mountains Library was Highly Commended in the NSW Public Libraries Innovation In Outreach Services Awards for their Pop-Up Library @ Home service.
Kids playing at Wentworth Falls Park - artist illustration
22 Feb 2021
An exciting and adventurous inclusive play space is set to replace the older playground on the lake foreshore at Wentworth Falls Lake District Park.
BMCC Logo
19 Feb 2021
Blue Mountains City Council supports Transport for NSW’s decision to temporarily relocate Explorers Tree, away from the Great Western Highway north of Katoomba, due to safety concerns.

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