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

11 June to 27 August 2017

Wunderkammer - The Cabinet of Wonders
Everglades Gallery, 37 Everglades Avenue, Leura.  Exhibition opening Saturday 10 June at 2.00 pm.  Exhibition will run from 11 June to 27 August 2017.  Each work touches on a different aspect of the human-animal relationship.  Read more

June to August 2017

Winter events at Lilianfels
Visit Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa during June to August for many events, including Winter Escape, Yulefest Celebrations, the MET Winter Concert and Opera Festival.  Read more

21, 22 and 23 July 2017

150 years of Railway History on the Blue Mountains
Help commemorate 150 years of Railway History on the Blue Mountains.  The railway to Wentworth Falls (Weatherboard) was completed in July 1867.  Now catch one of the steam shuttles over the weekend of 21 – 23 July.  Read more

31 July 2017

Tarella Open Day
Celebrate 150 years of rail to Weatherboard (Wentworth Falls) at the Blue Mountains Historical Society’s Tarella Cottage Museum Open Day at 99 Blaxland Road Wentworth Falls between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm. Our Railway Exhibition is located in the Back-Room Exhibition Space. Read more

Month of July 2017

Events at the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah
Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah is celebrating their 30th Birthday.  Two hours drive from Sydney and home to some 21,000 species, it is the only Botanic Garden in a World Heritage Area and is focused on the conservation of cool climate plants. Read more

12 August 2017

Pansy Line Tour
Join Kurrajong-Comleroy Historical Society as they explore the remnants of the Richmond to Kurrajong Railway 1926 – 1952.  Second tour 12 August 2017 – first tour booked out.  Bookings essential. Read more

19 August 2017

Ephemoral Threads
A collaborative sensory and tactile exhibition by Wooford Academy ‘Artist in Residence’ floral artist Edith Pass & Blue Mountains photographer Jennifer Leahy.  The exhibition explores floral installation weavings that incorporate botanical and photographic materials. Read more

26 August 2017

Trove Workshop
Blue Mountains Association of Cultural Heritage Organisations (BMACHO) will hold this workshop at Hobby’s Reach, 99 Blaxland Road, Wentworth Falls at 2.00 pm. Read more

2 – 23 September 2017

Jurgis Miksevicius – Portraits Real and Imagined
At the National Trust’s Everglades Gallery, 37 Everglades Avenue, Leura.  Exhibition will be opened on Saturday 2 September 2017. Read more

Spring 2017

Spring 2017 Diary of Events
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah is celebrating its 30th birthday, only two hours drive from Sydney and home to some 21,000 species.  It is the only Botanic Garden located in a World Heritage Area and is focused on cool climate plants. Read more

 

EVENTS RUNNING OVER A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME

March to October 2017

Glenbrook & District Historical Society's History Walks
The popular monthly walks programme for 2017 has been added here.  Have a look now and plan for next year.  Telephone number for booking is on the flyer.  Read more

Current till approx September 2017

Woman with Satyr
at the Norman Lindsay Gallery, Faulconbridge. A rarely seen oil painting created by Norman Lindsay in the 1940s was unveiled at the Gallery on Thursday 8 September 2016 and will be on view for 12 months.  Read more

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:

For more information you can contact us via email here:

Or for more information on regular open hours of museums, historical societies, historic buildings, historic gardens, historic businesses go to the ‘Hosts‘, ‘Places to Eat‘, ‘Places to Stay’ and ‘Hidden Gems‘ pages.