Threatened Species Day - a day to reflect on what’s at stake within a World Heritage Area

04 September, 2020

When the Greater Blue Mountains Area was granted World Heritage status by the United Nations nearly 20 years ago, the...

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25 Sep 2020
Council would like to remind the community that face-to-face customer service hours at its two Customer Contact Centres remain restricted due to COVID-19.
Blue Mountains City Council’s Cultural Services Manager Paul Brinkman with Chief Executive Officer Rosemary Dillon
25 Sep 2020
As we celebrate 20 years as a City within a World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is launching critical mass: the art of planetary health on 3 October to lead a conversation about the emerging science of Planetary Health.
25 Sep 2020
Blue Mountains outdoor swimmers will soon be able to take advantage of the spring/summer season when Lawson Swim Centre opens this Saturday, 26 September and the Katoomba outdoor pools opens on 3 October.
Station St, Wentworth Falls’ footpath
25 Sep 2020
Council is renewing the western footpath on Station Street, Wentworth Falls.
Heritage-listed houses
25 Sep 2020
Council is continuing its support of Blue Mountains heritage property owners, through the Blue Mountains Local Heritage Assistance Fund (LHAF).
A couple looking at the Blue Mountains escarpment
25 Sep 2020
Supporting more sustainable tourism with a lighter footprint on our World Heritage environment, the City of Blue Mountains will join an established global network of like-minded destinations striving for excellence.
21 Sep 2020
Council will have to rebuild the bridge in Red Gum Park at Bullaburra after it was damaged earlier this year and closed until further notice. 

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