Semicolon Trail

With the bushfires out, floods dried up and Covid-19 easing; mental health and suicide prevention is still a massive issue that we need to talk about.

The semicolon has become a powerful symbol for mental illness and suicide awareness and prevention.

Semicolon paintings have been placed up and down the Blue Mountains.

From Glenbrook to Mt Victoria. These paintings are there to start conversations.

50% of sales will be donated to Black Dog Institue

As people are returning to the Mountains or locals wanting to support local businesses, we want you to visit one or more of the places on the Semicolon Trail. Take a selfie with the painting and post it on Facebook or Instagram



Natasha Simon artist with the Blue Mountains mayor Mark Greenhill
Natasha Simon artist with Susan Templeman MP for Macquarie & Blue Mountains

The places you can find the paintings include:

Ebony & Ivy – Glenbrook

DCH  (Dan’s Coffee Haus) – Blaxland

Michelangelo’s Italian Restaurant – Blaxland

InkFx A Tattoo Shop – Springwood

The Bunker Cafe Bar Restaurant – Springwood

20 Mile Hollow Cafe and Produce – Woodford

The Hasty Tiger – Hazelbrook

Ben Roberts Cafe – Lawson

Susan Templeman MP office – Lawson

Cafe 92 at The Conservation Hut Cafe – Wentworth Falls

The Wayzgoose Diner – Leura

Little Niche Nosh – Leura

The Little Lost Bookshop – Katoomba

True to the Bean – Katoomba

Savoy Restaurant – Katoomba

Blackheath General Store & Cafe – Blackheath

Cobweb Collectables – Mt Vic

Petalura Eatery – Mt Vic

Thank you for your support.

If you would like to display a painting contact:




Finish the trail for your chance to win a FREE miniature.