Discover Picton's fine heritage architecture on a self-guided walking tour or visit historic Tahmoor House (limited open days). Enjoy a traditionally-brewed beer at George 4th Inn, opened in 1839 for travellers along the Great South Road.
The villages of the Wollondilly region - including Picton, Thirlmere, Appin, Bargo and Warragamba - retain the tranquillity of small country towns. The region's farms and villages, natural attractions and vast wilderness areas are a haven for nature-loving visitors with Thirlmere Lakes National Park, a major natural drawcard.
Rich in colonial and late-Victorian architecture, Picton also has many cafes, arts and craft shops. Choose one of the scenic drives of Wollondilly Shire to explore this region at a leisurely pace.
Court house, Picton
Heritage pub, Picton
Train station, Picton
Wollondilly Shire Hall, historic building in Picton. Image Tourism Wollondilly
Olive oil, Picton
The old post office was built in 1892 and is now the Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre. Image Tourism Wollondillu