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Autumn in The Blue Mountains

March 1st – May 31st 2022

Discover the Blue Mountains, Sydney’s backyard playground. #GOBLUE… AND #STAYANIGHTORTWO. A natural wonderland where waterfalls plummet into valleys clad with rainforest, and breathtaking views stretch to the hazy blue horizon. A region where quaint, historic villages nestle amongst trees painted with the colours of the seasons, and creativity is inspired by the bounty of nature. Relax and take a stroll through the World Heritage listed National Park, or perhaps indulge….


April 8 – April 30 2022

Over 50,000 lights installed across the site. The Three Sisters & Katoomba Falls lit up. Dance on the Disco Skyway and silent nightclub with music programmed by Hermitude. Carnival rides. Explore the illuminated Katoomba Night-Lit Walk. Kids light maze. Insta-worthy light installations. Bite Up The Night food pop-up.

Leura Garden Festival

Saturday 1st, Sunday 2nd, Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th 2022

Situated in the beautiful Blue Mountains 100 kms west of Sydney, the gardens of Leura are famous for their magnificent displays of azaleas, rhododendrons, dogwoods, camellias and other cool climate exotics, as well as flowering annuals, perennials and bulbs. The blaze of springtime colour in the gardens attracts visitors from all parts of Australia and overseas. There are big gardens and small gardens in the Festival and each garden has its own distinctive character. . .

Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival

February 2023

It’s on again! The Blue Mountains Ukulele Group invites you to enjoy the best fun you can have in the Blue Mountains in the summer… the Ninth annual Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival. Now a multi-award winning event, the 2021 Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival is being held in and around the iconic Carrington Hotel, 15-47 Katoomba Street, Katoomba NSW. . .

Blue Mountains Music Festival

7th – 8th – 9th October 2022

Blue Mountains Music Festival of Folk, Blues and Roots is a three day festival of folk, roots and blues music, featuring selected artists from around the world and across Australia. In a variety of venues in Katoomba, see and hear world class musicians in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere that has been raved about by both performers and audiences. . .

Blackheath Rhododendron Festival

Saturday 5th November 2022

During the Annual Rhododendron Festival the Blackheath village comes alive with entertainment and street stalls. The Grand Parade will take place on the first Saturday in November. The Annual Art Show will be held at the Blackheath Community Centre with all items are for sale with over 300 exhibits including traditional and contemporary works. During the festival, there will be varied stalls, activities and music for all the family. Other activities during November include the Rhodo Black and White Ball, the Rhodo Festival Revue, and the Rhodo Festival Golf Classic….

Winter Magic Festival

26th – 27th August 2022

Celebrating the Winter Solstice in Katoomba on the 26th & 27th August 2022.

Making winter magic in Katoomba.

To engage the people of Katoomba and the Blue Mountains in a sustainable, vibrant, annual community winter solstice celebration of the musis, arts and creativity centered on Katoomba Street.

Blue Mountains Elvis Festival

March 2023

The Blue Mountains Elvis Festival 2023 will take place at various venues through the Blue Mountains.

Featuring an incredible set of artists, including:

Gordon Hendricks (UK), Brendon Chase (NZ),  Brody Finlay (AUS), Che Orton (NZ), Johnny Angel (NZ)

Carmine Cimilio, Stuey V, Rick Charles, Gavin Chatelier and many other performers………

Opening Gala Dinner, Gospel Show

King of the Mountains Singing Competition
Free Lounge Entertainment

Equinox Autumn Celebration of the senses

1st – 3rd April – 8th – 10th April

As the sun crosses the celestial equator giving day and night equal reign, a new celebration of the senses will dawn on the Blue Mountains NSW Australia.

Equinox – Autumn Celebration of the Senses highlights and unites all that is great about the Blue Mountains in Autumn.

Spanning the entire Blue Mountains region over four weekends between March 18 and April 10, 2022, Equinox will feature myriad free and ticketed events for locals and visitors of all ages among one of the most recognised ancient landscapes on Earth.