Enjoy wonderful attractions in vibrant Blacktown, from Featherdale Wildlife Park to , from Sydney’s last drive in theatre to giant water slides. You can ride on cycling tracks in beautiful parkland such as the Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens, enjoy Aboriginal cultural experiences, and browse bustling markets.
Home to superb recreational and sporting facilities as well as a vibrant arts scene and a delicious range of cuisines, the multicultural City of Blacktown is within easy reach of Sydney’s city centre. The drive is only 37 minutes from the Sydney Harbour Bridge or 40 minutes by train from Central Station.
Check out the exciting events calendar for motor racing, cultural festivals and weekly markets.
Your heart will race at Eastern Creek, Sydney’s home of motorsports with four race circuits and the Eastern Creek International Karting Raceway in a hired go-kart. More sporting events are held at the Blacktown International Sportspark, a former Olympic venue. Sydney Blue Sox, a baseball team, play at the sportspark.. You can zoom around
There are football, softball, athletics, cricket and AFL fields, and the Western Sydney Wanderers based in Blacktown, hold clinics. Nearby is Wet'n'Wild Sydney, featuring more than 40 slides and attractions, including some of the tallest water rides in the world and coming soon is Sydney Zoo.
For fascinating indigenous insights, visit the Muru Mittigar Aboriginal Cultural and Education Centre and join a guided cultural tour or a bush tucker tour, and learn how to throw a boomerang and play a digeridoo. You can buy authentic artworks, didgeridoo, boomerangs and native jams and spices (bookings essential).
Explore colonial heritage on a tour of Rouse Hill House and Farm, established in 1813. At Featherdale Wildlife Park meet hundreds of native animals, including koalas, kangaroos and Ngukurr, a hungry saltwater crocodile. A fun night out is a trip to the Skyline Drive-In for latest blockbuster movie.