Supporting the Blue Mountains’ economy to recover

26 June, 2020

A destination marketing campaign to kick-start the local economy after bush fires and COVID-19 has been launched...

Councillor and Sports Council Chair Daniel Myles, president of Blue Mountains Football Club David Smith, president of Blaxland Redbacks Football Club Steve Myhill and Councillor Brendan Christie
06 Jul 2020

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.

Peeking Possum
03 Jul 2020

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.

Bells Line of Road Bilpin - Photo Credit Robert Walwyn
03 Jul 2020
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.
Community Assistance Program Recipients Zonta Club
03 Jul 2020

Community assistance donations are to be distributed to organisations across the Blue Mountains, as part of the Community Assistance Program 2020.

Katoomba aerial
03 Jul 2020

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Greater Blue Mountains region being granted World Heritage status by the United Nations. 

the two selected artists from recent Expressions of Interests to design a new artwork for the entry staircase and a design to be produced on merchandise in the Gallery Shop. Nastia on the left, Maria on the right
03 Jul 2020
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is excited to announce the two selected artists from recent Expressions of Interests to design a new artwork for the entry staircase and a design to be produced on merchandise in the Gallery Shop. 
Wentworth Falls Lake Sign
01 Jul 2020
Earlier this year, we 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.

Contact details for the Corporate Communications & Marketing Program Leader:

Email: MediaUnit@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

Phone: 4780 5000