Explore Windsor's historic buildings, including St Matthew's Anglican Church (1817), Windsor Court House (1822), and the Macquarie Arms Hotel (1815). Bring a picnic or your boat and enjoy the beautiful riverside parks in Windsor including Howe Park and Governor Phillip Park.
On a small bluff overlooking the Hawkesbury River, Windsor was established in 1794 as the third settlement in the new colony of Sydney. Originally called Green Hills, Windsor was officially named in 1810 by Governor Macquarie and is the first of five "Macquarie" towns in the area; Richmond, Wilberforce, Pitt Town and Castlereagh are the others.
Today, Windsor is a modern township but, take a walk around, and you'll see colonial buildings that are still being used for their original purposes. A number of elegant Victorian mansions can be seen along March, West Market and Windsor streets. Hawkesbury Regional Gallery and Thompson Square Conservation Area are well worth a visit.
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Saturday 8 November to
Sunday 9 November
Bridge To Bridge Water Ski Classic
The annual Bridge to Bridge Water S
Friday 26 December to
Monday 26 January 2015
Hawkesbury International Sand Sculpting Championships
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Rouse Hill House & Farm. Photograph (c) Paolo Busato. Courtesy Historic Houses Trust
Windsor Rodeo, Hawkesbury Valley. Image Phillip Quirk