Welcome to Radio Blue Mountains

Radio Blue Mountains 89.1 is a not-for-profit, all volunteer community radio station serving the Blue Mountains since 1993. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day from its studio in Katoomba, to a potential audience of some 75,000 people across the Blue Mountains and to a much wider national and international audience through internet streaming.

Radio Blue Mountains is a member of the CBAA Community Radio Network, a national network that provides a wide range of programming when local presenters are unavailable. The station is funded through listener support, grants and limited commercial sponsorship and is run on behalf of the members by a dedicated management committee.

Lithgow Arts Trail Part II | 2022

The first weekend was a great success! Make sure to go and visit those you missed or go again to those you liked!

12 & 13 November, 2022 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
Portland, Lithgow, Hartley & Kanimbla.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

Local artists open their studios just once a year.

See them in action and enjoy two days of eclectic creativity.

To travel the Lithgow Arts Trail is to discover beauty in many forms and places. You can start at the eastern (Kanimbla/ Little Hartley)point or the western (Portland) end on the map. Either way, traveling through the historic city of Lithgow, you’ll be experiencing the beautiful hills and valleys, rolling farmlands, dramatic escarpments, bushlands, and the historic sites, indigenous and European, in this ancient valley.

The studios of the Trail Artists are as varied and as beautiful as the landscape. From backyard sheds and workshops to studios sitting on hilltops and in wondrous gardens, through fabulous art galleries, to historic industrial factories housing ceramic and metal artists and painters, you’ll be amazed by the range and variety of beautiful artworks.

https://lithgowartstrail.com.au

FESTIVAL OF NATIVES EXHIBITION

NOV 3 AT 10:30 AM – NOV 13 AT 4:30 PM

GANG GANG Gallery

The Lithgow and District Community Nurseries 30th Anniversary Celebration Highlighting the Beauty and Diversity of Our Local Flora and Fauna. Lithgow and District Community Nursery is Turning 30. That’s 30 years of local volunteers propagating local, ethically sourced native plants.

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