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Artists of all mediums continue to be inspired by the magnificent natural landscape of Australia’s most accessible wilderness, while the region boasts a yearround program of exciting events including the Festival of Walking, the Roaring 20s Festival and all that Jazz, Winter Magic Festival, Leura Garden Festival, Highlands Steam and Vintage Fair at Oberon, the Lithgow Flash Gift Carnival and much more.

 

With a vibrant community of artists, writers, composers, sculptors and performers, the Blue Mountains offers an exceptional array of arts and cultural experiences. Discover local talent on show and in action within craft and antique shops, galleries and museums including Blue Mountains Cultural Centre featuring the World Heritage exhibition — into the Blue, devoted to the environment, history and culture of the region.

 

At night the sky lights up with stars, cinema screens flicker and many of the region’s most interesting creatures (human and animal) come out to play. Even the famous Three Sisters are lit up.

 

As well as a range of live music entertainment and world-class dining venues and options, the region hosts a multitude of events and festivals which reflect the ever-changing seasons and diversity of environment and cultural experiences.

 

When you are travelling to the Blue Mountaints, load the Get in NOW web app onto your smartphone.  It will give you up to the minute information on what to do, where to eat and where to stay, showing who is open and has availability - right now. There are also special offers as well as information about What's on NOW in the Mountains.  Just scan the QR code and save the page to your home screen for ready access when you visit.

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