LATEST NEWS.

Springwood Community Garden helps locals to thrive 

The veggies are plentiful and the fruit trees are thriving; the Springwood Community Garden is in full swing! It has been a busy few months for dozens of green thumbs who regularly pull up their sleeves at the community garden, with workshops, weeding and scarecrow...

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Successful recipients of small grants program announced

The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) has announced the successful recipients of its latest small grants program, delivering $12,000 to support Blue Mountains community projects. Through its CSR program, Scenic World Shared, Scenic World provides...

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Mentoring program gives local students a helping hand

Year 10 students at Katoomba High School will have the chance to make new community connections to support their personal development as part of a mentoring program with Scenic World staff. The pilot program, established through Scenic World’s CSR program Scenic World...

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Young locals set to benefit from new aerosol art project

Aspiring young aerosol artists will be able to practice their art in a safe and supportive environment following the installation of street art walls at the Katoomba Youth Centre at the weekend. Funded by Scenic World’s philanthropic program Scenic World Shared, the...

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Wildlife monitoring program supports local conservation

Scenic World has joined with the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute (BMWHI) to roll out an exciting new program which documents and monitors the movements of flora and fauna in the Jamison Valley. Led by BMWHI with funding through Scenic World’s CSR program,...

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Mount Victoria takes centre stage for Great Train Weekend

Residents of Mount Victoria will pull out all the stops for the Great Train Weekend on May 26-27, as the community comes together to celebrate its rich history and incredible resilience in the wake of the 2013 bushfires. Marking the 150thanniversary of the Great...

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Blue Mountains community set to shine with funding boost

A number of local projects supporting Blue Mountains families, youth and artists are set to take shape with a $16,000 funding boost from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal’s (FRRR) small grants program. Over 90 community organisations received...

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