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  1. Rosehill Gardens Racecourse

    Rosehill Gardens is the proud home of thoroughbred racing in Sydney's greater west, and is one of the top racecourses in Australia.Rosehill Gardens hosts the world’s richest race for two-year-olds, the AUD3...

  2. Old Government House Parramatta

    Standing in 200 acres of parkland overlooking historic Parramatta, Old Government House is Australia's oldest public building. For seven decades, it was the 'country' residence of 12 early governors of the colony,...

  3. Circus Opera Academy

    With branches in Berlin, Sydney, and the Gold Coast, the Circus Opera Academy epitomises a primary aim at Charody Productions: combining the art of opera and/or music theatre singing with disciplines of circus and...

  4. Macarthur Park

    Macarthur Park was opened in 1906 and has a number of different areas including a heritage rose garden, the wisteria walk, the Cenotaph honouring World War One soldiers, and a shelter built in 1913 in memory of Mrs...

  5. Wet'n'Wild Sydney

    Wet'n'Wild Sydney features amazing world first attractions, interactive ride technology and takes fun to a whole new level for the entire family.Wet'n'Wild Sydney is the biggest and best water theme park and home...

  6. Armory Gallery

    Part of the Newington Armory site, the Armory Gallery is housed in Building 18, near the Parramatta River, and is one of the largest armament storehouses constructed prior to World War Two. It now houses a flexible...

  7. Prospect Reservoir

    Prospect Reservoir was the first earth fill embankment dam in Australia. It remains an integral part of Sydney's drinking water supply and is required in times of high demand for water. Lookouts give you unimpeded...

  8. Thirlmere Lakes National Park

    Thirlmere Lakes National Park, with its five freshwater lakes, is full of locomotive history and is perfect for enjoying picnics and barbecues, walking, birdwatching, or canoeing.Visit Thirlmere Lakes...

  9. Commandment Rock Picnic Area

    Commandment Rock picnic area in Lane Cove National Park has a large grassy stretch that is perfect for games before your picnic lunch. You can even book the area.In 1866 Commandment Rock was home to a family...

  10. Leacock Regional Park

    Located in Casula, southwest Sydney, Leacock Regional Park is a great spot of dog walking, jogging, cycling and picnicking.Leacock Regional Park provides a welcome patch of open green space at Casula in...

  11. Sculpture Garden Campbelltown

    The Sculpture Garden is in the grounds of the Campbelltown Arts Centre. It is a large outdoor sculpture and manicured park area featuring a range of permanent and changing exhibitions. Experience the unique sculptures...

  12. Trainworks

    Trainworks is located in Thirlmere, just over an hour from Sydney. It is the home of Australia's newest and biggest rail experience.Trainworks has the most complete overview of railway heritage to...

  13. John Oxley Cottage

    John Oxley Cottage was originally part of the grant made by Governor Lachlan Macquarie to John Oxley in 1815 and 1816. There is no record of its original builder, but it is a typical 'workman's cottage' thought to...

  14. Yeramba Lagoon Loop Track

    When you’re visiting Georges River National Park, be sure to walk the Yeramba Lagoon loop track. This short walk takes you through some wonderful and diverse bushland, taking in grassy woodlands as well as saltwater...

  15. Cataract Dam

    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 hectare lake...

  16. Camden Town Farm

    Camden Town Farm, originally a 52 hectare dairy farm, was bequeathed to the local community by the late Miss Llewella Davies. It is a unique green space on the flood plain surrounding Camden. The Town Farm is a...

  17. Warragamba Dam

    Warragamba Dam is the largest concrete dam in Australia and one of the largest domestic water supply dams in the world. Lake Burragorang, which is formed behind Warragamba Dam, is around four times the size of Sydney...

  18. Carter Creek picnic area

    Carter Creek picnic area is just the place to laze in the shade by the river and share a tasty picnic or barbecue lunch with family and friends.Surrounded by native bushland and has clear views of the river,...

  19. Georges River Nature Reserve

    The Georges River Nature Reserve in Campbelltown features scenic beauty, European heritage sites and is rich in Indigenous history. The reserve is a highly significant landscape feature of the...

  20. Thirlmere Lakes walking track

    A fantastic birdwatching walk, Thirlmere Lakes walking track is unmarked but well-defined. Setting out from Couridjah picnic area, the flat, enjoyable 6km loop joins Dry Lakes Road and passes Werri Berri picnic area...

  21. Luddenham Raceway

    Luddenham Raceway is one of Sydney's newest go-kart centres, featuring a 600 metre pro-circuit for adults aged 15 years and over, and a 200 metre track for junior racers aged eight to 14. Along...

  22. Wolli Creek Walking Track

    Wolli Creek walking track is a two kilometre section of the Two Valley trail, linking Campsie to Bexley North via a riverside trail that passes through Canterbury, Undercliffe and Bardwell Park. The park is a very...

  23. Urban Jungle Adventure Park

    Urban Jungle is the ultimate adrenalin-filled attraction to hit Sydney. Located in the grounds of the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Urban Jungle is one of the best high ropes Adventure Parks right in the centre...

  24. Caleys Lookout Track

    Take in delightful views on the Caleys lookout track in Bents Basin State Conservation Area, not far from Penrith. Named after English explorer and botanist, George Caley, the lookout track follows a shady path from...

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