Come up for air and stay for a taste of the good life...
Taste the best of the region's local produce from award-winning chefs
World class wineries, craft brewers, cider makers and distillers
Discover the food trails that criss-cross the mountains and beyond
HARVEST Blue Mountains + Beyond is the second bi-annual publication from Just Pressed, a boutique publishing house owned and operated by local journalists Jacqueline Forster and Lisa Doust.
Jacqueline is a keen but not always successful backyard vegie grower, bushwalker, traveller and lover of fine food and wine. She has written articles on everything from rabbit farming to creating a patch from scratch for various publications, including The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Organic Gardener, Country Style and Slow magazine. She lives in Leura with her husband, daughter and crazy Border Collie x Cattle dog.
Having co-established the annual Leura Harvest Festival six years back, Lisa is now passionate about raising the profile of the regional food and wine scene. She has also written multiple stories on sustainability, green spaces, outstanding chefs and magical private gardens for a range of magazines, including House & Garden, ABC Gardening Australia, Your Garden, Sydney Living, Green and The Block. Lisa and her teenage sons have long
called Katoomba home.
143 Blaxland Road
Wentworth Falls NSW 2782
Tel: 0400 176 005
Travel with us on a journey along the food and wine trails that criss-cross the Blue Mountains – from the banks of the mighty Hawkesbury-Nepean river to the highlands and plains of the Central West – and discover a region of unmatched natural beauty and bounty on the outskirts of Australia’s largest city. You may never want to leave.
50 page supplement in BLUE MOUNTAINS LOVE magazine
On sale September 12, 2019
Advertising booking deadline August 30, 2019
0406 617 265
For editorial enquiries contact Lisa Doust
firstname.lastname@example.org 0400 176 005
“Research from Destination NSW shows ‘dining at a restaurant or café’ is the most popular activity for visitors to the Blue Mountains. In response, the Blue Mountains Economic Enterprise (BMEE) is seeing local hospitality business owners stage innovative events and collaborations that are helping mark the Blue Mountains on the map as a food destination.” – Bernard Fehon, CEO BMEE