Support Project Review Group – agendas and meeting notes
Assist with contacts with local businesses – recruiting new tourism businesses to the programme
Support planning, logistics and management of 2nd LCT Forum (week of Oct 06 – tbc)
Support planning, logistics and staging of WPC Field Trip (Nov 20-21, 2014)
Support preparation and posting of Read more
11th May: The Blue Mountain World Heritage Institute hosted its autumn meeting at the World Heritage Centre at Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens in the Blue Mountains. To know more about BMWHI’s circle, please follow this link.
We have started loading your stories onto our website – read them here
4th April: Blue Mountains Gazette has another amazing story from our movie – check out Trish Hogans Story on Page 17. http://magresources.f2.com.au/bmg/
1st April: Excitement is building for the screening of Community Fire Stories – Check out comments on Facebook Read more
2nd June: Around 2000 attended the Fire Stories Documentary at The Edge Cinema in Katoomba. We are currently in the process of continuing the Fire Stories project into more public screenings and possibly DVDs. If you would like to know more about fire stories or sign up for updates, please view Read more
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This tour has been funded using generous donations from Hawkesbury Nepean Catchment Management Authority, the Humane Society International, NGO’s, and from individuals. Brad Purcell has worked with Suzanne on his Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travel Fellowship (see http://churchilltrust.com.au/fellows/detail/3436/brad+purcell-phd), that was awarded because of his research on dingoes that started in the Burragorang Read more
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute is undertaking a very special project called Community Fire Stories – A Lesson in Time. As such, the Institute is researching historic records as well as seeking interviews with local people who experienced the 1957 Leura Fire.
This devastating fire turned much of Leura into what Read more
If you would like to financially help the tour, donations can be deposited directly into The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute Deductible Gift account at
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