Picton Arts and culture
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.
Arts and Culture in Picton
Picton is a beautiful rural town in Sydney's southwest known for its late-Victorian architecture.
The New South Wales Rail Transport Museum at Thirlmere is Australia's oldest and largest railway museum while Picton Raily Viaduct is a landmark and significant work of engineering spanning Stonequarry Creek.
Go to the Wollondilly Heritage Centre at The Oaks to learn more about the town's colonial past or visit the George IV Inn to enjoy a German-style beer from Scharers Little Brewery.
Don't miss out on a Mowbray Park Farmstay holiday, where you can get up close to horses, cattle and sheep.
You also might like to visit Yerranderie, a village steeped in history that grants easy access to the Blue Mountains National Park. The park is a fantastic place to go bushwalking or enjoy a tranquil picnic.