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Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

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by Wendy (subscribe)
Art enthusiast. Loves painting, bushwalking and travels. Writing what I love sparks my passion. Sydney, Australia.
Published December 6th 2015
Nestled in the heart of Katoomba, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre features the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery and World Heritage Exhibition. Upon entering the foyer, I was captivated by the interesting installation hung from the ceiling and the spacious viewing platform seen through from the windows.

Blue Mountains City Art Gallery
Blue Mountains City Art Gallery

The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery
The City Art Gallery showcases a wide array of local and regional exhibitions. Arthur Boyd: An Active Witness, is one of the major exhibitions currently running in the Gallery until 3 January 2016. You can catch a glimpse of how the artist's artworks reflected his consciousness on social responsibility that defines humanity.

Blue Mountains City Art Gallery-Arthur Boyd
Arthur Boyd exhibition

World Heritage Exhibition - Into the Blue

Blue Mountains City Art Gallery-Into blue
Into the Blue

In 2000 the Greater Blue Mountains area was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Into the Blue provides you with a unique and interactive way to experience a fascinating journey; exploring the beauty of nature and wonders of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area. It's a great experience not to be missed.

A Viewing Platform

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre-foyer
The viewing platform is incredibly spacious

Blue Mountains City Art Gallery-Viewing platform
A scenic viewing platform

Adding to this, you can enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of Katoomba and the Jamison Valley from a scenic viewing platform.

Blue Mountain City Art Gallery- scenic view
Overlooking scenic view

How To Get Here..

Train Katoomba train station is a 5 minute walk.

Car There is parking available within the Cultural Centre building that is accessible from Parke Street.

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Why? Enjoy great experience in a unique and beautiful place
When: Monday Friday 10am 5pm; Saturday Sunday 10am 4pm; Public Holidays 10am 2pm (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day)
Phone: (02) 4780 5410
Where: 30 Parke Street, Katoomba NSW 2780
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