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Every year as the dark chill of winter turns to create longer days, the Blue Mountains community take to the streets to celebrate the Winter Solstice. Celebrating their community with colour, music and dance, Katoomba’s Main Street is taken over by pixies, fairies, steampunk fans and schoolkids all participating in the parade to the top of town. This year’s parade is on June 20th and over the decades has grown to attract thousands of revellers from near and far.

For those looking for a Blue Mountains getaway with a unique culinary experience and some quality entertainment in an iconic venue - this July may be your time to travel.

The historic Art Deco ‘Paragon Café’ is celebrating Christmas in July 1950’s style, with gourmet food, live music, trivia and dancing. Saturday evenings and Wednesday matinee’s bring the Paragon alive, with the newly restored stage nodding back to the days of old.

Bushwalking is a pastime that inspires thousands of people to visit the Blue Mountains each year. Yet, the World Heritage National Park is so vast that on many of these amazing bushwalks you could feel like you are the only one out in the wilderness.

We have compiled a collection of videos from avid bushwalker Chris Osborne to give you a different perspective on some of the Blue Mountains more iconic, and lesser-known bushwalks.

The Wilderness Society has been campaigning creatively to protect Australian Wilderness for over 30 years. The Wild Endurance 100km team challenge is an event to raise funds for that very purpose and this year 2% of the funds raised by Wild Endurance will go directly towards supporting the Science for Wildlife koala conservation program in the Blue Mountains.

Now in its 22nd year, the Million Paws Walk is an opportunity for all animal lovers and their canine friends to have a fun day out while raising money to support the RSPCA, and beat animal cruelty.

On Sunday 17th May festivities, and the popular walk, will commence at Melrose Park in Katoomba from 9am. Register online or pay on arrival on the day.

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If you are in need of some time for yourself to get creative and inspired, there is still time to book a getaway with the girls this month and head to Contextart in Hazelbrook, in the Blue Mountains. Contextart is a unique event that encourages attendees to expand their skills and creativity through working with textiles and

Spectacular views, bright autumn colours and the taste of gourmet wine and food combine to make TomahROMA a favoured event with garden and food lovers alike.

 Showcasing regional producers from the Greater Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury regions, this year’s event will host up to 30 stalls with a vast variety of delights that visitors will be able to sample and buy while

Leura Harvest Festival 2015

In its 2nd year, the Leura Harvest Festival on May 3rd is quickly becoming a Mountains event not be missed.

With a fresh approach to showcasing all things sustainable and regional, this community fair is set amongst the cherry trees of Leura Mall.

Sculpture at Scenic World 2015

From the 15th April to the 10th May this autumn, the boardwalk at the floor of the Jamison Valley in Katoomba will take visitors on a journey of artistic enjoyment as it weaves its way through the rainforest.

33 accomplished artists will be exhibiting their sculptural works this year, featuring international artists from New Zealand, The Netherlands, Japan

 
 
 

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