Planned Events are held throughout the year and will be featured on this page.  Please do not hesitate to check out the ‘Hosts’, ‘Places to Eat’, ‘Places to Stay’ and the ‘Hidden Gems’ pages for regular open hours.  BMACHO Members invite you to explore the region. Check the events on the right hand side of this page.

Enjoy the rewards of the Scenic Greater Blue Mountains Region and the rich and fascinating history with the locals, who know it best, on the Greater Blue Mountains Heritage Trail, a project of the Blue Mountains Association of Cultural Heritage Organisations Inc (BMACHO)


PLANNED EVENTS:

EVENTS RUNNING FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME

6 to 28 January 2018

The Weather Inside - Mandy Evans
At Everglades Gallery, exhibition opens 6 January 2.00pm – 4.00pm and runs till 28 January. Mandy says: I love a good storm with all its drama thunder, lightning, wind and dark clouds. To me storms illuminate the ever-changing force of nature and remind me of my own shifting internal condition. Read more

20 January, 17 February and 17 March 2018

FIRE at Woodford Academy
The Woodford Academy Management Committee is thrilled to launch ‘Fire’ a site-specific installation by Blue Mountains based artist Kevina-Jo Smith for our first open day for 2018 on Saturday 20 January  at 1pm.  This installation will also be exhibited on 17 February and 17 March 2018. Read more

5 May 2018

150th anniversary of the railway to Mt Victoria
There will be an exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of the railway to Mount Victoria, at the Mount Victoria & District Historical Society’s Museum. Official opening will be held at 11.15 am. Read more

 

EVENTS RUNNING OVER A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME

Current – extended

Hawkesbury Regional Museum - Interesting Objects
What do a doll called Ruth, a miner’s couch and a 222 year old document have in common?  They are all part of the current exhibition at Hawkesbury Regional Museum in Windsor.  Read more
MORE INFORMATION:

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