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Blue Mountains Tourist : Summer 2008-09
what’s on in Summer? art antiques festivals food markets music and more! 9am to 2pm Bodhi on 4787 1919 or Lis on 4787 7533 Leura Markets 1st Sunday of every month Leura Public School Great Western Hwy Open 9am to 3pm Amanda 0434 350 609 Springwood Community Ivy Markets 2nd Saturday of the month Civic Centre Macquarie Ave Springwood 9am to 1pm Wayne Pearn 0412 969 066 Blackheath Growers Markets 2nd Sunday of the month markets Bullaburra Craft Markets 1st Saturday of the month Bullaburra Progress Hall Cnr Noble & GWH 9am to 3pm Contact: (02) 4757 2907 Leura Blue Mountains Market 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month CWA Hall Megalong St Leura 9am to 3pm Contact: 4784 1176 Blackheath Community Market 1st Sunday of the month Blackheath Public School Hall Blackheath Community Centre Corner of Gardiner Street & Great Western Highway 9am - 1pm Pollyanne Feneck (02) 4572 6260 Wentworth Falls Art & Craft Market 2nd Sunday of the month Wentworth Falls School of Arts Great Western Highway 10am to 3pm Julie Clancy 02 4782 7672 Glenbrook Rotary Markets 3rd Saturday of every month Glenbrook Infants School Ross Street 9.00am - 3.00pm Contact: 0419 725 302 Magpie Markets Lawson 3rd Sunday of the month Lawson Public School, Great Western Hwy 9am to 2pm Adele Cosier 02 4759 1331 Blackheath Craft Markets 3rd Sunday of the month. Blackheath Community Hall, Great Western Hwy 10 am to 3 pm Julie 02 4782 7672 Blue Gum Rotary Markets 4th Saturday of the Month Faulconbridge Primary School 9am to 2pm Contact: 0408 670 747 Harmony Markets 4th Sunday of the month Mount Victoria Public School Great Western Hwy Time: 9.00am to 2.00pm Contact: Amanda Wilson 0408 425 188 Lithgow & Oberon Bowenfels Station Markets 3rd Saturday of every month Bowenfels Station. 8.00am till late Joan Anderson: (02) 6352 2231 Portland Market Day 1st Sunday of every month Williewa Street, Portland Captured Craft Lithgow Every Weekend Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm Lithgow Correctional Centre, GW Highway Contact: 02 6352 2528 Oberon Tablelands Way Country Markets 1st Saturday of the month Time: 8.00am to 2.00pm Anglican Church Oberon Street Contact - Information Centre 02 6336 0666 regular music Triselies Katoomba Venue for a variety of live or DJ music in the Mountains. 02 4782 1217 www.triselies.com.au The Clarendon – Lurline St, Katoomba Changing concerts with a range of high quality performers 02 4782 1322 www.clarendonguesthouse.com.au The Carrington - Katoomba St, Katoomba 02 4782 1111 www.thecarrington.com.au Baroque Bar & Nightclub – Several DJs Fri & Sat nights Old City Bank Bar & Brasserie – Live performances Fri & Sat nights Hillcrest Restaurant – Leura Mall, Leura Regular jazz on Friday and Saturday nights. 02 4782 1322 www.bluemts.com.au/coachman Razz Restaurant – 150 Macquarie Rd Springwood Regular Music often featuring Jazz & various entertainers 02 4751 7500 www.razz.com.au RSL Katoomba Cnr Lurline & Merriwa Sts. Music & live entertainment. 02 4782 2624 Gearins Hotel Katoomba 273 Great Western Highway. Music and bands during Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights plus Sunday afternoon. 02 4782 4395 SAVE WITH A DISCOVER ANOTHER WORLD FAMILY PASS! Welcome to Katoomba! The quirky home of traditional shopping, it’s also the place where breathtaking natural scenery, history, the arts, and café culture merge, making it a fascinating place to explore at a leisurely pace—on foot. can you! ” girl s can do it, so “Isay, if these Tel 1300 SKYWAY | 02 4780 0200 Cnr Violet St and Cliff Drive Katoomba NSW 2780 www.scenicworld.com.au 36 www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au This amazing 1.5 hour round-trip trek includes crossing Katoomba Falls on the Scenic Skyway (almost twice as high as the Sydney Harbour Bridge!), a visit to the Three Sisters, Climbing down-down-down the Giant Stairway, walking through beautiful temperate RainforEst, & travelling back up to Scenic World on the Scenic Railway (the steepest railway in the world!) Park at Scenic World and buy your Great Round Walk ticket! To get the most out of your visit to Katoomba, grab a “Katoomba’s Heritage and Art Walk” map from one of the shops in Katoomba Street or download it from www.blue mountainstouristnewspaper.com.au. It will help you appreciate the historic buildings, murals, festivals, “slow food” restaurants and picnic spots. It will tell you where to find a Tofu Burger, handmade Chocolates, Cherry Strudel, handmade Sushi, excellent Coffee from fresh-roasted beans, Sourdough Bread, Cardamon Cake, and steamed Dim Sims. The brochure/map is an initiative of Katoomba Chamber of Commerce and Community. Katoomba supports energy descent: • Minimal use of plastics and disposables in our businesses • Use of local products wherever possible, reducing food miles and packaging, paper or cloth bags for our shoppers • Development of car free tourism experiences. email@example.com summer 2008/9