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Welcome Weeks

Campbell Rhododendron Gardens Bacchante St, Blackheath

Spring is when our gardens come alive! Come and see our spectacular rhododendrons and azaleas in a unique bushland setting of 18 hectares. Enjoy a Devonshire tea in our tea rooms Thursdays to Sundays, or bring a picnic. Note that November 5 is also Gnome Festival Day in the gardens! Entry is a donation of ... Read more


Boomerang Bags Sewing Bee – Blue Mountains

Korowal School 54 Hall Parade, Hazelbrook, NSW

BYO sewing machine, help us out with non-sewing jobs, such as cutting, ironing screenprinting and putting kits together or just check out what we do over a cuppa.  BYO keep cup  - morning tea provided. Follow the signs from the Korowal School carpark. Boomerang Bags is a global grassroots movement connecting and empowering local communities ... Read more

Think Spring, think LEURA! – Leura Gardens Festival

Leura Various, NSW

Walk in nature, give gratitude for its beauty. Gardens truly are natures art. There will be 8 spectacular gardens, all with something special for you to visit. Some gardens will be familiar, some are brand new to the festival. The Braes Heritage Garden Estate open Sunday 2 October with Katoomba Jazz Quartet. Karoola is at ... Read more


First Saturday of the Month Beginners ukulele lessons and strum at the Royal Hotel Springwood.

The Royal Hotel 220 Macquarie Street, Springwood

Welcome to the first Saturday of the Month Beginners lessons and strum at the Royal Hotel Springwood with The Blue Mountains Ukulele Group (The Blue MUGs). The idea is that we will get you singing and playing lots of tunes, and it won't have been a struggle. The ukulele is an easy instrument to learn, ... Read more

Flowering Stories under the blossom trees

Katoomba Community Garden 12 Victoria st, Katoomba

Join us for an open mic style storytelling event, under the spring blossoms in the Katoomba community garden. Bring a cushion, blanket and a story to share! Drug and alcohol free event.

Free Fun Collaborative Community Art Project

Rejoice in the resilience of our community! What histories of resilience have happened in the past? What resilience brings us together today? What do our imaginations hold for our region in the future? We want to amplify our stories of community resilience and transformative actions in response to climate-change driven destabilisation. The Sydney Environment Institute ... Read more

Collaborative art project: Imagining Planetary Health & Resilience in the Blue Mountains at the Leura Village Fair!

Leura Mall Leura, NSW

What histories of resilience are here? What brings us together today? What do we imagine for a future of planetary health in the Blue Mountains?  We invite you to collaborate in a free family friendly art project where together, we will create a layered collage of our journey toward planetary health and a resilient Blue ... Read more

Wild Skills Workshop with Diego Bonetto + Leafy

Reconnecting with the primal skills of our ancestors is nourishing, invigorating, and fun! The skills you’ll learn on this family-friendly weekend are ancient art forms practiced by all cultures around the world for countless generations. These skills are a powerful way to revive our connection to the earth. Join renowned forager Diego Bonetto and Bushcraft ... Read more

A Blue Mountains Community Spring Sing @ Leura Village Fair!

Leura Mall Leura, NSW

Raise your voice to celebrate our resilient, creative, connected community Join in as we all learn and sing a "pub choir" style song with vibrant choir leader Suze Pratten Enjoy performances from Blue Mountains choirs Ecopella and The Heathens Sing for Country, for connection and for community!

Grand Opening of Yanema Budjery Gumada walking trail and Fair Day!

Leura Public School Mount Hay Road, Leura

Leura Public School hosts a Spring Fair and Open Day to celebrate the launch of the Yanema Budjery Gumada walking trail around the school that features 14 unique sites of cultural, ecological and historical significance. The trail name means 'walk with good spirit' and was chosen by Darug artist and cultural educator Leanne Tobin, whose ... Read more