Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
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The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre features the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery and a permanent exhibition, Into the Blue, an interactive experience devoted to education about the distinctive environment, history and culture of the Blue Mountains region.
Co-located with the Katoomba Library, the Cultural Centre also boasts a café and shop, public artwork throughout and a Viewing Platform that looks out over Katoomba town centre to the Jamison Valley.
The Gallery Café is the perfect place to catch up with friends or take a break whilst visiting the Art Gallery. Visitors can enjoy a beverage, pastries and cakes in the relaxing setting of the lounge area. In winter warm up by the fireplace with a hot chocolate or sticky chai. Our philosophy is to showcase the highest quality of local produce in our offerings.
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Shop showcases an extensive range of local and Australian made products. Our range of unique and creative gifts, homewares, stationery, books and children’s toys are carefully selected to complement gallery exhibitions and the Blue Mountains region.
Blue Mountains City Art Gallery
The spacious state-of-the-art Blue Mountains City Art Gallery is one of the leading regional art galleries in Australia. The Gallery features major touring, curated, regional and local exhibitions. Its Exposé Exhibition Program is dedicated to showcasing artists who reside in the Blue Mountains Region. The Gallery also hosts many quality exhibition programs such as curator and artist talks, educational workshops, concerts, gallery tours and outreach programs to the community.
World Heritage Exhibition
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre features Into the Blue, a high-tech, interactive exhibition which explores the natural as well as the social landscapes of this unique area. Audiences are invited to navigate their way through these stories through an immersive exhibition experience, introducing them to the richness and wonders of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area.
A combined Day Admission Charge applies to the Blue Mountains World Heritage Exhibition and to the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery: Adults – $5; Concession – $3; Children under 16 – Free
Monday to Friday – 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday – 10am – 4pm
Public Holidays – 10am – 2pm (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day)
For more information, visit the website.
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