- Until Sunday 24 November Lithgow Village Markets
Lithgow's monthly craft and farmers
While bushwalking in this wilderness area is a favourite pastime, the region is also famous for its heritage-listed guesthouses and luxurious resorts that offer spa treatments, natural therapies and great dining experiences.
Once you’ve experienced the spectacular blue-hazed beauty, dramatic cliffs and deep canyons of the Blue Mountains, you’ll come away refreshed and invigorated. A string of townships, such as Katoomba and Leura, form a vibrant cultural community where artists, musicians and writers flourish. Lithgow is a popular stop for visitors heading to Country NSW, and has a number of fine public and private buildings, reflecting its key place in Australia’s industrial history. Lithgow is a proud working town that has played a significant role in the shaping of Australian commerce and industry.