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...

Mayor Mark Greenhill and Blue Mountains City Council’s Recovery Officer Rebecca Evers.
28 Aug 2020
Blue Mountains City Council’s Bushfire Recovery Action Plan continues to guide community recovery following the summer bushfires.
yellow-tailed black cockatoo
28 Aug 2020
Birds have had a tough time lately due to drought and bush fires, but there’s one place they are starting to flourish – Banksia Park in Katoomba.
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26 Aug 2020
View the final playground designs you helped create for Glenbrook Park Stage 2 
Flood damage at Charles Darwin Walk
23 Aug 2020
Charles Darwin Walk has a repair bill of up to $1 million after flash flooding in February
Bush fire damage to Council natural areas at Blackheath
23 Aug 2020
The summer bush fires left significant hazards and damaged infrastructure at a number of Blue Mountains City Council bushland reserves including Mount York, Pulpit Rock and Popes Glen. 
Cliff Drive after the landslip in Feb 2020
21 Aug 2020
The natural disaster in February that closed Cliff Drive and Leura Cascades has left a complicated and expensive clean-up for Council.
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21 Aug 2020
Council has welcomed a NSW Ombudsman recommendation that SafeWork NSW apologise to the Council, staff and ratepayers, and pay compensation.

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