In 2000 the Greater Blue Mountains area was added to the World Heritage List in recognition of the exceptional diversity and integrity of its eucalypt forest communities. The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre features Into the Blue (the Blue Mountains World Heritage Interpretive Centre). A high-tech, interactive exhibition that 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.

Ngurra Bayala (Country speaks)
On exhibition 15 December 2023 – December 2025

Co-curated with Dharug artist and curator Leanne Tobin, Ngurra Bayala (Country speaks) celebrates the video work of seven female First Nations artists. Ngurra Bayala will be on permanent display, as per the Cultural Centre’s opening hours for 2 years.

National Gallery of Australia Artists: Megan Cope, Fiona Foley, Julie Gough and r e a.

Blue Mountains Aboriginal practitioners: Aunty Sharyn Halls (with Craig Bender and Vera Hong); Jo Clancy (with Sue Healey) and Leanne Tobin.

A selection of artworks are on long term loan from the National Gallery of Australia with support from the Australian Government as part of Sharing the National Collection. Share #artacrossaustralia

Photo: Jo Clancy & Wagana Dancers Yindyang Bila, 2022, still photo: Sue Healey. Commissioned by Blue Mountains Cultural Centre with support from Create NSW.