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Blue Mountains Life

Blue Mountains Life

December 2019 - January 2020

Blue Mountains Life magazine is the premier publication with its intoxicating blend of stories on this magnificent rural region that includes Bathurst, Orange, Hawkesbury and the of course the Blue Mountains. Features include people, homes, gardens, interior/exterior decorating, food, wine, fashion, health, travel and motoring. A bold and glossy, large-format magazine that delivers the who, what, when, where, why and how of one of Australia’s most affluent regions. Stunning photography and quality journalism all in one publication.

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PUBLISHER Andrew Papadatos andrew@bluemountainslife.com.au Mob: 0413 051 652 EDITOR IN CHIEF Vanessa Mace vanessa@bluemountainslife.com.au EDITORIAL CONSULTANTS Di Redmond, Julie Walker editorial@bluemountainslife.com.au GRAPHIC DESIGNER Luba Bosch production@bluemountainslife.com.au CONTRIBUTORS Ronald Bowden, John Rowe, Jennifer Johnston, Terry McCallum, Gregory Powell ADVERTISING Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury, Bathurst, Lithgow, Orange Katrina Chown katrina@bluemountainslife.com.au Ph: 4757 2185 Mob: 0400 767 284…

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Christmas is the season for giving. And our farmers, plus those living in rural areas, need our help more than ever this year. The drought has taken its toll on many aspects of country life and create plenty of stress for those who should be enjoying Christmas. That is why I urge readers to spend much need money and their time visiting these areas in a bid to boost their local economy. It might not seem like much, but to people on the land, the income that you spend locally will go a long way. Take a holiday to regions such as Bathurst, Orange, Oberon and many more. You’ll be surprised by the adventures you will have with your family and the fun of not having to spend hours at airports or long queues at fancy…

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BLUE MOUNTAINS AUSTRALIA DAY There are now two more chances to celebrate a local hero this Australia Day. Two new categories in the Blue Mountains Local Australia Day 2020 Awards celebrate our older citizens and those protecting our environment, with awards for Senior Citizen of The Year (65 year+) and Environmental Citizen of the Year (any age). The Blue Mountains Local Australia Day Awards are held each year to recognise and reward citizens who demonstrate a consistent record of excellence and outstanding achievements, contributing in a significant way to the Blue Mountains community. The awards will be announced at the annual Australia Day Awards presentation and Citizenship Ceremony, to be held at the Blue Mountains Theatre & Hub on Sunday, 26 January 2019. PLANET YOUTH Blue Mountains City Council is supporting the roll out of Planet Youth…

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in the garden

CHRISTMAS TREES Woodford Rural Fire Brigade is having their major annual fundraiser selling Christmas trees again this year. Real, living Christmas trees. Stands are also available. Sat 7 Dec, 9am – 5pm Sun 8 Dec, 9am – 5pm Sat 14 Dec, 9am – 5pm Sun 15 Dec, 9am – 5pm Sat 21 Dec, 9am – 5pm Sun 22 Dec, 9am – 5pm For more details please visit their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/ Woodford-Rural-Fire-Brigade/160443510662246 GARDENING WORKSHOPS Bathurst Regional Council is hosting a series of free water smart gardening workshops to teach gardeners a range of tips and tricks for keeping their garden blooming under Extreme water restrictions. Mayor Cr Bobby Bourke said with the introduction of Extreme water restrictions, Council was keen to help residents understand how to get the most out of the limited amount of water available for gardens. “The workshops, presented…

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sustainable landscape design

while skills were being lost generally through quick builds and cheap alternatives, master landscapers such as Now & Zen create and maintain bespoke gardens to a long-term vision featuring individual pieces created by artisans, stonemasons and expert gardeners. Now & Zen Landscapes is the yardstick of the highest end market in the Greater Blue Mountains and Central West where projects are limited only by imagination. Shannon and his expert team create enduring quality and timeless beauty using sustainability principals. The Now & Zen team will design, construct and service your project from concept to completion. Using both traditional and modern landscape designs, adopting a sustainable practice where possible allowing them to use a variety of both recycled and new materials to compliment your home Whether you are after a simple, functional timber wall;…

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art events

A COUNTRY PRACTICE The highly anticipated exhibition The Wonders of Wandin Valley opens at 6pm on Friday, 13 December, at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery. Many people from near and far have come forward with a vast array of memorabilia. Loan items include fan cards, official cast photographs, magazine clippings, and even a sketch of ‘Esme’ by Shane Porteous. Bob Hatfield’s ute, now fully restored, will be on display outside the Gallery during the opening on Friday night from 6pm to 8pm, as well as the weekend of Saturday, 14 December to Sunday, 15 December from 10am to 4pm. For the duration of the exhibition, there is a Wombat Burrow especially for children. The interactive space will include an Australian flora and fauna theme and art activities. A Country Practice bus tours are on Saturday 14…