Bushwalks around Thirlmere
Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Thirlmere Lakes National Park has reed-fringed freshwater lakes, abundant with waterbirds and surrounded by native forest.
Named after a lake in The Lakes District of England, Thirlmere is a small township just 95 km south-west of Sydney. Highlights include the rail heritage centre known as Trainworks and nearby Thirlmere Lakes National Park.
Thirlmere celebrates the traditional start of the steam season with the Thirlmere Festival of Steam on the first Sunday in March. At Thirlmere Lakes you can swim, canoe and enjoy a picnic in an idyllic location. Head along the Golden Triangle, one of the Scenic Drives of Wollondilly that links up Picton, Thirlmere (including Thirlmere Lakes National Park), and Tahmoor before heading back to Picton.
Saturday 18 April to Saturday 18 April 2015
Wollondilly Remembers ANZAC Centenary Commemoration You are cordially invited to this h
Restored heritage trains at Thirlmere Rail Heritage Centre Museum
Restored heritage train at Thirlmere Rail Heritage Centre Museum.
Thirlmere Lakes National Park on a foggy morning. Image Tourism Wollondilly