The Blue Mountains’ iconic Hydro Majestic Hotel will revive its most mischievous traditions and host The Roaring 20s Festival on Saturday, February 24.
The ultimate day-long vintage celebrations will kick off with a community Charleston for Charity dance in front of the Majestic Pavilion at 11am.
The naughty knees-up dancing will be followed by a regional food and wine showcasing the culinary skills of Hydro Majestic head chef Mate Herceg and his team as well as other exceptional local producers, while a fashion parade of exquisite 1920s clothing will add an extra course to the long lunch menu.
Sumptuous high tea will be available in the Wintergarden Restaurant overlooking the Megalong Valley, along with history tours of the world-famous hotel.
In the evening, the grand hotel will resound with the likes of Al Capone, Dutch Schultz and Bugsy Siegel when it holds a Gangster Casino Night in support of Katoomba Hospital.
Guests over the age of 18 can play all the traditional games at casino-quality tables with professionally trained casino standard croupiers.
There will be an array of prizes, and money raised at the event will go towards refurbishing the waiting room in the local Katoomba Hospital emergency department.
Visitors are encouraged to fully immerse themselves in the Roaring 20s Festival by staying for at least one night at the Hydro Majestic Hotel or one of its nearby sister properties Parklands Country Gardens & Lodges, Echoes Boutique Hotel or Lilianfels Resort & Spa.