Appin Arts and culture
Historic houses in Appin
Follow the “Burragorang and Bushrangers” drive from Picton through Oakdale, Nattai, The Oaks, Mount Hunter and then via Razorback Lookout to Picton.
Arts and Culture in Appin, Sydney
Uncover the history of the Appin at Appin Park, where you will also find handy directions to the town's historic buildings.
Be sure to see the remains of 19th-century structures like Stone Cottage, a quaint building known for its distinctive half-mansard roof and the picturesque St Bede's Church, the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Australia to remain in continuous use.
Be sure to try the crumbed lamb cutlets at the Old Appin Hotel before going on a scenic drive through the rugged countryside. It's a great way to see the remains of early 20th-century houses scattered along the region's roads as well as historic structures like the Hume and Hovell Monument.
Have a barbeque beside the restful water of Lake Cataract, a thriving bush land area littered with walking tracks and ancient Aboriginal sites. Admire the sandstone walls of the Cataract Dam and go on a short hike through the surrounding Dharawal State Recreation Area and Nature Reserve.
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Dharawal National Park offers a diverse bushland experience in southern Sydney. Sustained by a distinctive network of creeks, including the ecologically-important O'Hares Creek catchment, this leafy p...
Cataract is the oldest and possibly the most picturesque dam in Sydney's water supply system. Completed in 1907, the 56 metre high dam holds water from a 130 square kilometre catchment, forming an 850...
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