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  1. Rhodes Waterside

    Rhodes Waterside is co-located with IKEA in the vibrant Rhodes residential and office precinct. Major retailers include Coles, Target, Bing Lee and Reading Cinemas in addition to over 110 specialty stores. The centre...

  2. Camden Society of Artists

    Camden Society of Artists awaits your visit.Fostering artists works and appreciation of art. The Society hosts a variety of exhibitions, field days, workshops, lessons, drawing and live model classes....

  3. Blacktown Skyline Drive In

    Imagine a night out under the stars (be it in a snazzy convertible or a grunty pick-up truck) watching a blockbuster, having a beverage and enjoying a tasty treat from the diner menu. Sounds like a perfect night out....

  4. Elizabeth Farm

    Commenced in 1793, Elizabeth Farm contains the oldest surviving European building in Australia. Once home to Elizabeth and John Macarthur, pioneers of the Australian wool industry, it is a rare example of an early...

  5. Mawson Park

    Mawson Park is located on the corner of Queen and Cordeaux Streets in the central business district of Campbelltown. The park is named after Dr Mawson, brother of Sir Douglas Mawson of Antarctica fame...

  6. Western Sydney Parklands

    Western Sydney Parklands is a place for people of all backgrounds to meet, celebrate, learn, play and appreciate the environment. Set in the heart of Western Sydney, the Western Sydney Parklands comprises...

  7. Penrith Whitewater Stadium

    Penrith Whitewater is located only an hour from Sydney at the foot of the world famous Blue Mountains. Purpose built for the canoe/kayak events during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; it's the only man-made whitewater...

  8. Nepean Dam

    The completion of the Nepean Dam in 1935 concluded the development of the Upper Nepean catchment. The 81 metre high dam holds water from a 320 square kilometre catchment, forming a lake of 325 hectares with a capacity...

  9. Fitzpatrick Park

    Fitzpatrick Park picnic area at Picnic Point is a great place for a family barbecue not far from Sydney. Enjoy a barbecue, go fishing or enjoy a spot of paddling.The flat expanse at this picnic area is a...

  10. Couridjah Corridor Walk

    Couridjah Corridor walk is a 14 kilometre return walk that takes in both Thirlmere Lakes National Park and Nattai National Park. Great for hiking, bushwalking and birdwatching.See some of the best spots of...

  11. 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...

  12. Picton Bowling Club

    The Picton Bowling Club strives to serve and satisfy their members and guests from throughout the Wollondilly Shire and visiting areas. Located just 90 kilometres south west of Sydney, the club is the place to be with...

  13. Penrith Heritage Drive

    Follow in the footsteps of Penrith's pioneering settlers. The Penrith Heritage Drive takes you through the historic Penrith region and follows the footsteps of the pioneering settlers.The Drive...

  14. Bents Basin Road picnic area

    Like the sound of a picnic by the water’s edge? Pack up the family and head to Bents Basin Road picnic area for the day.Get the barbecue going and relax at a picnic table while absorbing the water views and...

  15. Lane Cove National Park

    Lane Cove National Park is a beautiful pocket of bushland that sits on either side of the peaceful Lane Cove River. It’s in easy reach for Sydneysiders, extending from East Ryde to Pennant Hills and West Chatswood...

  16. UWS Penrith Observatory

    UWS Penrith Observatory is located on the Werrington North Campus off the Great Western Highway and runs programs which include undergraduate teaching (image processing and analysis), family astronomy nights, HSC...

  17. Lilian Fraser Garden

    Lilian Fraser and her family moved to Pennant Hills after her father Charles purchased the 'Hopetoun' poultry farm sometime between 1915 and 1920. Over the years, much of the original farm was sold off as residential...

  18. Keith Longhurst Reserve

    The Keith Longhurst Reserve is a 76 hectare bushland reserve with significant scenic and cultural values. Formerly known as The Basin Reserve, the area offers a number of walking trails leading...

  19. 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...

  20. Picton Botanical Gardens

    Take a relaxing break in these picturesque surrounding with many walking tracks and cycling trails. The Park provides push button barbecues, wet weather/shade shelters for up to 50 people, clean bathrooms with...

  21. Picton Railway Viaduct

    Viewed from the surrounding parkland, the Railway Viaduct over Stonequarry Creek is a picturesque site located at the end of Webster Street, Picton, which also has some historic old houses. It was...

  22. Museum of Printing

    The Penrith Museum of Printing is keeping the history of letterpress printing machinery and equipment alive. Take a trip back with a visit to the Museum and check out one of the 23 working machines...

  23. Camden War Memorial Pool

    Camden War Memorial Pool is your local community aquatic centre, open October to March inclusive.Camden War Memorial Pool is a community partnership between Camden Council and YMCA NSW.You can...

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