Six Degrees of Separation Recap – AUGUST 2022

A fabulous 6Degrees Networking night was held last week at Mental Gallery in Mittagong. BSH jointly launched the Creative Industries Cluster Sector and Practitioner Report. Thanks to Jennifer Bott AO for her invaluable insights – suggesting the next steps be a venue audit of the developed Southern Highlands and Arts Tourism Strategy.   The Directory […]

Six Degrees of Separation Recap – JULY 2022

Another hugely successful night at our monthly Six Degrees of Separation networking event on Thursday, July 21st! A warm welcome to all our new businesses, it was great hearing from all of you! These networking events continue to show the passionate and creative people of the Southern Highlands; we’re looking forward to seeing everyone at […]

Bundanoon Winterfest 2022

Winterfest Opening Night 2022 – An Island of Fun With fires, floods, and pandemics, community events have had a lousy run of luck in recent years resulting in many being cancelled. So, after two consecutive cancellations, when the Winterfest committee woke on the 2nd of July, the day of the opening night party, to torrential […]

Six Degrees of Separation Recap – JUNE 2022

It was incredible seeing those that made it to our Six Degrees of Separation networking event on Thursday (June 16th)! There were great topics of discussion which included new businesses, the Southern Highlands’ Festival of Lights and their upcoming fundraiser on June 30th, as well as concerns regarding the community at large. These networking events continue to […]

Six Degrees of Separation, Recap – MAY 2022

An incredible evening getting back into networking at the 6 Degrees event last week! A huge thanks to The Mill Cafe for hosting. Over 50 members enjoyed catching up on the 19th of May, with a presentation by Jan Campbell regarding the Festival of Lights, Hospitality and Community Care sectors workforce development round tables being […]


Business Southern Highlands is obviously disappointed with the decision of the NSW State Government concerning the Berrima Gaol. Business Southern Highlands had joined a consortium consisting of The Vault, Berrima Resident’s Association and a number of prominent locals to propose a community buy-back to operate the gaol as a commercial enterprise. An EOI was submitted […]