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Mowbray Park Farm Stay

745 Barkers Lodge Rd , Picton NSW 2571
Wonderful country atmosphere just one and a half hours from Sydney CBD. Glorious Heritage Listed Property nestled on over 200 acres. Deluxe rooms with ensuites or spa and 3 country lodges, sumptuous meals, table service. Enjoy horse riding, day/night tennis, swimming pool, heated spa, log fires, games room, archery, canoeing. Chat around the camp fire with billy tea & damper. Daily activities for children - kids club, hayrides, animal nursery, milk the cow, collect eggs, feed the many farm animals, watch sheep dogs working & shearing. As seen on Getaway & Great Outdoors, offering daily activities for children, Kids club school holidays & most w/ends, free colour brochure available
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Picton Valley Motel

1665 Remembrance Driveway, Picton NSW 2571
For a weekend escape from the burdens of everyday life, a base from which to explore, the scene for a romantic country wedding, or the venue for a highly productive conference, Picton Valley Motel is ideal. A comfortable 45 minute drive south west of Sydney, Picton Valley Motel sits nestled just a short distance from the centre Picton, located in the beautiful Wollondilly Shire. A region that just begs to be explored with its cool climate, antique stores, exquisite gardens, spectacular scenic countryside, and a rich cultural heritage. The motel is perfectly situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Picton with its burgeoning café scene, artisans and art galleries. There are a variety of different rooms available to suit your individual needs....

Storybook Alpacas

7 Olive Lane, Bargo NSW 2574
They are Alpaca Breeders in the Southern Highlands - Bargo New South Wales. From the a rich cultural heritage to an animal adapted now to the Lifestyle, Culture and Industry. Alpacas are native to South America and have been domesticated for thousands of years. They are to the South American people comparable to the Australian Merino - industrially and commercially. Alpacas are gentle and inquisitive by nature, easy to handle and can be halter-trained to lead. They are truly elegant creatures. Alpacas fibre (fleece) is silky soft, lightweight yet tough - extraordinary attributes that meet the needs of the a diverse range of products from home wares through to the high end - haute couture fashion houses of the globe. This operator can offer you a magical "Storybook" expereince of these amazing animals - come for a visit. Alpaca Products availalbe for purchase and lunch/catering can be arranged....

Wollondilly Markets

13 Pembroke pde, Wilton NSW 2571
Wollondilly Markets at Wilton - 3rd Sunday of every month since July 2014. Have you visited this beautiful market under the trees at Wilton Recreational Grounds, just off the freeway at Wilton. Stalls include a collection of local small businesses with homemade, unique and interesting goods, as well as fruit and vegies form local growers and more Charities supported under the Bendigo Bank Community Hub include Caring for Wollondilly, Boxes for Christmas, Courageous Corey Community Car, and CommunityLinks Wollondilly community pantry....

Trainworks

10 Barbour Road, Thirlmere NSW 2572
Trainworks is located in Thirlmere, just over an hour from Sydney. It is the home of Australia's newest and biggest rail experience. Trainworks has the most complete overview of railway heritage to be found in Australia. There are over 40 locomotives and 80 carriages on display, dating from 1865, plus a comprehensive exhibition of railway items and memorabilia, a signals display, an authentic fettler's shed, and a heritage-listed 1880s railway station. Steam train rides from Thirlmere to Buxton on every Sunday between March and November. Visit website for more details or subscribe to get more information on events and other things happening at Trainworks. ...

Avon Caravan Village

79 Avon Dam Road, Bargo NSW 2574
The Avon Caravan Village is located in Bargo in the Wollondilly Shire, on the south west outskirts of Sydney, and offers on-site vans, caravan sites and camping sites. It's perfect for a stop-off if you are visiting Sydney or are on your way through en route for other destinations. Bargo has its own train station with regular services into the Sydney metropolitan area, is minutes off the freeway, and an hour's drive from the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The village of Bargo is a quaint historic setting for a quiet holiday exploring the countryside and the beautiful Southern Highlands, only a 15 minute drive to Mittagong and Bowral. The Wollondilly Shire offers lookouts, bushwalking, picnic areas, flora and fauna sanctuaries, quiet country roads to explore and some of the most spectacular natural countryside outside of Sydney....

Bargo Motor Inn

3568 Remembrance Drive, Bargo NSW 2574
The Bargo Motor Inn is a family owned and operated motel located one hours drive from Sydney City on the M5 freeway. Ideally located near the towns of Picton, Tahmoor and Mittagong. The motel is adjacent to the Bargo Sports Club which serves meals six nights a week. Charge-back for meals is available, conditions apply. Facilities such as a barbecue, guest laundry (fee applies), office and business services, guest kitchen, all ensure your stay is a comfortable one. Pet friendly room now available....

Mermaids Pools

Off Rockford Road, Tahmoor NSW 2573
Mermaids Pools has limited signage, and no mobile phone range. Please take water and food, and wear suitable footwear. Mermaids Pools is a short walk along Bargo River beginning at Rockford Road Bridge. Take Rockford Road from Tahmoor, cross Rockford Bridge, right on Charles Point Road to the car park. Walk under the bridge, following the track. After reaching a flat rock the track splits in two. One track (The Naked Way) takes walkers along a ridge on an easy walk. The other track follows Bargo River (The Potholes Track) and involves some rock hopping. The tracks meet up on the Matilda Track, which leads to a track down to The See Through Pool, or continue to the Mermaids Pool and Lookout Area. The path is not suitable for young children or the elderly, due to steep cliffs as well as water hazards. 1.5 hours return walk; Grade Four walk....

Nepean Dam

Avon Dam Road, Bargo NSW 2574
The completion of the Nepean Dam in 1935 concluded the development of the Upper Nepean catchment. The 81 metre high dam holds water from a 320 square kilometre catchment, forming a lake of 325 hectares with a capacity of 70,170 megalitres. The dams of the Upper Nepean collect water from the catchments of the Cataract, Cordeaux, Avon and Nepean rivers, which are tributaries of the Upper Hawkesbury-Nepean River. These systems supply water to the Macarthur and Illawarra regions, the Wollondilly Shire, and metropolitan Sydney. Facilities include picnic shelters, electric barbecues, drinking water, toilets, disabled toilets, playground and viewing areas. ...

Cedar Creek Orchard

269 Mulhollands Road, Thirlmere NSW 2572
Cedar Creek Orchard is a third generation family run orchard. The Silm family first planted apples in 1941 on this beautiful 100 acre property. Shed sales of peaches and nectarines from mid November to January. Apples are available from February through until June. Persimmons are on from April until June. Quality Apple and Apple and Blackcurrant juices are made on site. Offering guided group tours by arrangement (with cost) which includes an orchard tour, fruit and juice tastings and watch an apple crush to produce the famous Black Label juices. Orchard tours are approximately one and half hours duration with the kids enjoying a tractor ride around the property. Cedar Creek Orchard is open to the public from November through until June. If you would like to visit on Saturdays it is essential to ring first....

Antill Park Country Golf Club

Jarvisfield Road, Picton NSW 2571
Enjoy this beautiful par 70 golf course, relax in the original 1863 homestead of John Macquarie Antill, and enjoy a drink at the bar or lunch in the bistro. Facilities include a pro shop and motorised covered golf buggies. Please book to avoid disappointment. Corporate and private functions are also catered for....

Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre

62-64 Menangle Street, Picton NSW 2571
Due to the recent storm and water damage The Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre is temporarily located in the foyer area of the Wollondilly Shire Council building at 62 - 64 Menangle Rd, Picton. The centre is open Monday to Friday only with operating hours 8am - 4pm The 2016 Wollondilly Visitor Guide is now available; call in for a copy or phone the number provided for a copy to be posted to you. The Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre can provide maps, information on attractions, free activities such as history walks and bushwalks, entry prices to venues so you can plan your budget, and vital details such as opening hours. They are an agent for NSW Fisheries and they are also an agent to sell NPWS Park Passes. Remember Visitor Information Centres are not just for tourists, they are also here to assist locals with their needs and offer local advice to new residents in the area....

Wirrimbirra Sanctuary

Remembrance Driveway, Bargo NSW 2574
Wirrimbirra Sanctuary is owned by the National Trust of Australia (NSW), and managed as a wildlife reserve by David. G. Stead Memorial Wildlife Research Foundation of Australia. It was created in the 1960s by Thistle Stead preserving 'Bargo Brush' and promoting propagation of Australian native plants. Wirrimbirra operates as a flora and fauna reserve, education and research centre. Wirrimbirra has over 200 acres of preserved native bushland. The unique flora is part of its preserve, including endangered species; also a fauna reserve, where you may see wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas, possums, and other native animals in natural habitats. Wirrimbirra Sanctuary has walking trails, environmental studies centre, parking, picnic facilities, well equipped school room, resource room and a barbecue area. Visitors are free to wonder through the Sanctuary and native plant nursery. See the many ways to create a bush garden....

Avon Dam

Avon Dam, Bargo NSW 2574
Avon is the third and the largest of the four upper Nepean Dams. It was completed in 1927 to serve the Sydney area. The 72 metre high Avon Dam holds water from a 140 square kilometre catchment, forming a lake of 1,055 hectares, with a capacity of 214,360 megalitres. The dams of the Upper Nepean collect water from the catchments of the Cataract, Cordeaux, Avon and Nepean rivers, which are tributaries of the Upper Hawkesbury-Nepean River. These systems supply water to the Macarthur and Illawarra regions, the Wollondilly Shire, and metropolitan Sydney. Facilities include picnic shelters, electric barbecues, drinking water, toilets, disabled toilets, playground and viewing areas....

Picton Railway Viaduct

Picton Avenue, Picton NSW 2571
Viewed from the surrounding parkland, the Railway Viaduct over Stonequarry Creek is a picturesque site located at the end of Webster Street, Picton, which also has some historic old houses. It was built of sandstone between 1863 and 1867 at a time when John Whitton was responsible for railway construction in New South Wales. This excellent example of railway viaduct design is 84 metres long and has five arches, the highest measuring 30 metres. Close to Picton railway station, it was built for two lines of track and although it is not the first railway viaduct built in the state, it is considered unique because it is the oldest still in use today....

Thirlmere Festival of Steam

Barbour Road, Thirlmere NSW 2572
Since 1989, the annual Festival of Steam at Thirlmere has grown to become one of Australia's premier steam events. It's a community celebration of steam and nostalgia where locomotives of all kinds travel from afar, awakening the quaint village of Thirlmere with the enchanting echo of a steam whistle. Throughout the village, there's all the fun of a country fair to be had with great markets and music rides (Sunday only). Saturday is the day for train enthusiasts with steam displays at Trainworks and great photo opportunities with the special steam trains that will be there both days. Sunday the village of Thirlmere is closed off to traffic (designated parking areas) with market stalls, amusement rides, steam displays, train rides and parade at 1pm. The Festival of Steam is a unique and enjoyable event for the whole family!...

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