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Discover the Blue Mountains, Sydney’s backyard playground.

A World Heritage-listed wilderness where ancient rock formations cast their golden glow over vast canyons carpeted in eucalypts.

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.

Experience wonders at Scenic World, where the glasstopped carriages of the Scenic Railway take you on a heartstopping ride into the depths of the Jamison Valley;  take a bushwalk along clifftops to spectacular lookouts; and discover unique cultural experiences, from ancient Aboriginal sites to modern street art.

Relax and take a stroll through the World Heritage listed National Park, or perhaps indulge in a slow lunch with a great glass of wine – there are so many choices, you’ll wish you’d stayed longer!

Now is the time to visit and see what makes this place so special.

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So many places to stay

Plenty of things to do

November 2nd, - November 5th, 2023

This event has been cancelled for 2022 - returning 2023. Details to be confirmed.

Located at the Blackheath Community Centre, this Annual Art Show displays the work of local and popular artists and includes sections for painting, drawing, contemporary modern/abstract mixed medium and more.

High standard works from near and far are placed in the competition.

On Opening Night the winning entries in all categories will be announced, with presentations to the winning artists, live music, entertainment and supper.

Sunday, May 7th, 2023

The Lithgow Blast Furnace will become the canvas for lighting artists to recreate the glow of the once-powerful blast furnace that was the heart of the iron and steel works in Australia 115 years ago.

Energy Australia has once again brought back the fireworks display that will feature a dazzling barrage of shooting stars high over Blast Furnace and Lake Pillans, culminating with a perfectly choreographed multi-coloured finale.

Lake Pillans will become a magical illuminated walking path that will take you across two bridges to see the Blast Furnace from across the lake.

This year’s musical feast will be a cinematic, post-electro, dream-rock experience from the band Sonori at 7.00pm. Their mix of mechanised rhythms, vintage synths, sweet soaring vocals, effective cello and post-rock guitars converge in a cerebral union of melody and beats.

The Blast Furnace will be the perfect backdrop for Carnivale Circus Troup to perform their specially created Fire Dance show for LithGlow 2022.

The event is free to attend with no tickets required. With limited parking onsite jump on the free shuttle buses from Main Street in Lithgow to arrive like a VIP. Bus stops on Main Street are close to free parking stations.

Gates open at 5.00pm with the Energy Australia Fireworks display at 8.00pm.
Food trucks from 5.00pm-8.00pm.
The free Shuttle buses will run until 8.30pm.

Friday, April 28th, 2023

Australia’s largest scale Pink Floyd concept act Echoes of Pink Floyd will take audiences on a musical and visual journey from Pink Floyd’s earliest days as darlings of 1960’s London’s psychedelic underground, all the way to their 1990’s powerhouse performances as the undisputed masters of stadium rock. In addition, the show will provide insight into the amazing evolution of the seminal English prog rockers throughout their history. The searing, soaring music and heart-wrenching but deeply contemplative lyrics reflecting Pink Floyd’s own journey as they charted their way through life’s twists and turns, triumphs and disappointments.

Audiences will be treated to an extensive exploration of the band’s impressive catalogue as the gang from Echoes of Pink Floyd plays all of Pink Floyd’s biggest smash hits, as well as some lovingly hand-picked deep album cuts designed to please the most committed of hard-core fans.

April 21st, - April 23rd, 2023

Ironfest is 'An Arts Festival with a Metal Edge', celebrating working and playing with metal.

An Arts Festival with a Metal Edge, Ironfest celebrates working and playing with metal. Held annually in Lithgow on the closest weekend to Anzac Day, Ironfest brings together artists, designer/makers, blacksmiths, performers of all kinds, musicians, historical re-enactors, machine enthusiasts and hobbyists from all over Australia, and the world.

Ironfest is imagineering with a metal and clothing focus: bringing together designer makers from all around Australia.

So much to eat & drink

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2 Players - 18 Holes of golf - 1 Golf Cart - 2 drinks $60

Springwood Country Club

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Help Karu Distillery hit back at brain cancer by supporting a charity auction at their House of Spirits venue.

Karu Distillery

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