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How To Get Here On Event Day

Walk! Take-a-train! Explorer-Bus! Tour-a-Trolley! Grab-a-cab!

PARKING ON THE GREAT WESTERN HIGHWAY IS NOT PERMITTED.

• There is NO car parking at Winter Magic.

• The Winter Magic Festival is a Community Festival situated in a Mountains Village.

• The Winter Magic Festival strongly advises families and visitors frequenting this year's festival to utilise rail transport where possible. Additional Police and Railcorp Transit Officers will be deployed on Blue Mountains rail services.

• Over 40,000 people attend the festival and parking in a large radius around the festival site is challenging on the day.

PARKING ON THE GREAT WESTERN HIGHWAY IS NOT PERMITTED.

Police are urging all motorists to slow down and drive safely, especially in the Leura and Katoomba areas. A Traffic Management Plan will be in place and road closures within the Katoomba Central Business District pursuant to the Winter Magic Festival will be occasioned. Traffic delays may be expected.
Pedestrians are also urged to be aware of their surroundings when crossing roads and to make sure they wait for traffic lights, not run on pedestrian crossings and ensure safety when crossing roads is key.

No pedestrian crossing of Waratah Street, Katoomba Street, Main Street, or Parke Street is permitted
once the grand parade has commenced and everyone is to remain behind containment lines

Cars can be parked at nearby villages:

From the city - Woodford, Hazelbrook, Lawson, Bullaburra, Wentworth Falls & Leura.
From Lithgow - Mt Victoria, Blackheath, and Medlow Bath.

Many of these villages offer local shopping and coffee-shops which you may enjoy while waiting for the train.

Katoomba also has reliable taxi and bus services which really make the car unnecessary on festival day.

A fabulous way to get around Katoomba is via Blue Mountains Explorer Bus or Trolley Tours, Katoomba.
See the best of our World Heritage Region.
The Blue Mountains is a majestic destination to visit and walking around here will enable you to appreciate the full beauty of our city.

For more info on the Blue Mountains, visit www.bluemts.com.au for a comprehensive overview of our region and all facilities available.

Also our Regional Tourism Authority Visit Blue Mountains has detailed information about particular focal points in our World Heritage Destination.
www.visitbluemountains.com.au

Sydney Trains and NSWTrain Link are operating services to and from the event.

For information on standard Blue Mountains operating public transport services available on the day visit:
www.sydneytrains.info/timetables

Or Call 131 500

For information on Transport NSW TrainLink services available on the day visit:
www.nswtrainlink.info
Or Call 13 22 32

Standard customer departure and arrival times when using the 'TRIP PLANNER':
www.transportnsw.info

For regional services i.e. Orange to the Blue Mountains please visit:
www.nswtrainlink.info

PLEASE NOTE THAT Extra trains will be running from Penrith to Katoomba and Katoomba to Penrith ahead of the normal services from Sydney to cater for local customers.

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