Blue Mountains-based artist Kayo Yokoyama has been busy creating her installation “Illusion” for Sculpture at Scenic World 2017.

Constructed using over 250 hand-blown glass bubbles, Illusion is a celebration of the artist’s love of bubbles and her childhood memories of “running around the yard trying to catch them before they floated out of reach or before they were popped by a tree branch”....
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Our team member Sandra Potter recently lost her locks for the Leukaemia Foundation's Shave For A Cure
Inspired by a family friend facing cancer, Sandra raised more than double the amount of money she initially hoped. Amazing effort – we’re so proud of you Sandra!

To donate to this great cause to the go to [ Link ]

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Spontaneous waterfalls have sprung up along the escarpment along the Jamison Valley. This is a reasonably rare event as it only occurs after sustained periods of heavy rain.

A big thanks to local production company Vision TV who recently shot this great footage of Katoomba Falls and these smaller waterfalls from aboard the Scenic Skyway. #FeelSmallAgain #ScenicWorld
The torrential couldn’t dampen the spirits of the thousands of people that came to see an amazing array of Australian and international performers at the Blue Mountains Music Festival on the weekend.

As a proud sponsor of the event, Scenic World would like to say a huge thank you to both the organisers and the hundreds of volunteers that make this festival such a great part of our community....
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Talk about a view! Think you could make out the trees on the other side? #FeelSmallAgain
Sculpture at Scenic World is set to be better than ever in 2017 after receiving a $20,000 grant from the NSW Government’s 2017 Flagship Event Fund. The funding marks another incredible milestone for the exhibition which attracted more than 90,000 people to the Blue Mountains last year.

We’re looking forward to celebrating the talents of local and interstate artists during this year’s show....
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Where better to escape from all the hustle and bustle of modern life than the Blue Mountains.

The spectacular mountains, divine rainforests and vast valleys blend with great restaurants, fantastic wine bars and intimate guest houses to entice guests to linger and explore the region.

With so many activities to choose from it’s hard to know where to start, so we’ve decided to do some of the...
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Check out the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery’s Landmark exhibition this weekend for a wet weather option that will keep the whole family entertained.

Don’t miss your chance to see works from some of the most influential artists of the 21st century, including all the big names such as Andy Goldsworthy, Christo and more.

Get in this weekend before the Landmark exhibition wraps up on Sunday...
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Katoomba Falls is flowing nicely after a few days of heavy rain. One of Scenic World's ride operators, Chloe Andrews, shot this video from the Skyway as it passed over the valley floor. #FeelSmallAgain
Blue Mountains-based artist Mark Surtees has been busy creating his installation “Cut Here” for Sculpture at Scenic World 2017.

Constructed with steel and flexible neon, Cut Here explores the environment and our relationship with it, both positive and negative.

Read more about Sculpture at Scenic World here: [ Link ]

#ScenicSculpture #NewSouthWales #VisitNSW #VisitBlueMountains...
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A great time lapse video from the roof of Scenic World as a storm rolls in from the coast and heads up the Jamison Valley. #FeelSmallAgain
A classic postcard of the original Skyway - anyone remember when it was pink?
It's hard to imagine the Blue Mountains looking more epic than they already do, but with a bit of mist and Gary P Hayes Photography, Blackheath is certainly bringing the majesty. #FeelSmallAgain
Love blues music as much as the Blue Mountains? Come check out the 22nd annual Blue Mountains Music Festival next weekend!

Featuring over 40 acts across 3 days including Paul Kelly & Charlie Owen, The Waifs, Urthboy and more; Scenic World is proud to be an official partner of this fantastic event. Hope to see you there!

Tickets and info available here: [ Link ]
Blue Mountains-based artist Harrie Fasher and her team have been busy creating “Henrietta” for Sculpture at Scenic World 2017.

Constructed using steel pipe, Henrietta is an exploration of the elegance of a spider and its capacity for such a fragile animal to embody darkness and paralysing fear.

Read more about Sculpture at Scenic World here: [ Link ]

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Happy International Women's Day from the Scenic World team! We’re proud of the incredible women who help to make Scenic World great, with the inspiring Anthea Hammon at the helm and 60% of all leadership roles filled by women. Join us as we celebrate the valuable contributions of women across the globe! #IWD #genderequality #BeBoldForChange
Would you like the exciting opportunity to become an integral part of Sculpture at Scenic World 2017 by volunteering?

We are seeking reliable and enthusiastic people who are keen to be part of this year’s Sculpture at Scenic World April 7th – May 7th. As a volunteer, you will meet new people, enjoy exciting cultural experiences and have an active part in communicating with the many visitors...
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In anticipation of this year's Sculpture at Scenic World event we've compiled some of our favourite works from last year's exhibition. Here is 2016's overall winner - Michael McIntyre's 'Extinct Markers'.

"The artwork takes the form of a series of coloured woven marker discs embedded in the forest, each disc coloured to mimic an individual species pushed to extinction. Extinct Markers is a...
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We've always said the Blue Mountains is one of the most beautiful places on earth; but don't just take our word for it - look at these incredible aerial photos from Visit NSW!
The seasons they are a-changin'! Gary P Hayes Photography showing why the Blue Mountains is one of the best places to watch the leaves change colour. #VisitBlueMountains