Located at the Eastern Edge of the Blue Mountains and only 1.5 hours from Sydney, Warragamba is a quaint village making up for it's small size with a big history.
Originally man-made for the purpose of water supply, Warragamba Dam is an engineering masterpiece. The dam is a must visit destination with beautiful views over the body of water and a free museum uncovering the history of the builders who laboured to create one of the world’s largest domestic dams. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and enjoy the free barbecue facilities, or make your way to the village for a pick-me-up at the local cafes!
Warragamba is a quiet retreat. A visit to the village will reveal charming shops, cafes, a bakery, residential houses and narrow streets giving visitors insight into life during the construction of the dam. Each year the towns rally to hold Dam Fest, a celebration of food stalls, markets, rides, car shows and entertainment.
Warragamba is also home to an all-inclusive play space Livvi’s Place located at the Warrgamba Civic Park.