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The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah

The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah

Always Breathtaking

This breathtaking Garden is the only botanic garden in the world located in a World Heritage Area. Focused on the conservation of cool climate plants it is home to 21,000 plants and 900 species. Located under 2-hours’ drive from Sydney airport and less than an hour from Penrith and Richmond, the Garden is the perfect backdrop for a gathering, workshop or family day out.
Location: Mount Tomah

Rouse Hill Regional Park

Large regional park originally owned by the Deerubbin People and later the Rouse family, pioneers of the area. The park offers excellent picnic facilities, several...
Location: Rouse Hill

Hawkins Lookout

Lookout high above Wisemans Ferry offering spectacular views over the Hawkesbury River. Picnic tables, tank water and parking available.
Location: Wisemans Ferry

Dharug National Park

If you are visiting Dharug for the first time you should include a walk up the lower section of the Old Great North Road. The...
Location: Wisemans Ferry

Marramarra National Park

Marramarra is one of Sydney's best kept secrets. Only 40km north-west of the city, the park conserves around 12,000ha of Hornsby Plateau country at the...
Location: Maroota

Mitchell Park (part of Cattai National Park)

Mitchell Park is largely undisturbed natural bushlandwith huge forest red gums and a rare remnant rainforest. The Park offers picnic areas, ample bushwalking (some with...
Location: Cattai

Lane Cove National Park

Lane Cove National Park offers a range of activities for visitors to enjoy. There's something for everyone, ranging from picnics to boating and walks through...
Location: CHATSWOOD

Scheyville National Park

This park north-west of Sydney near Windsor is rich in the history of European occupation. Today, evidence of Scheyville's many phases of European occupation can...
Location: Scheyville

Cattai National Park

Stunning National Park situated on the beautiful Hawkesbury River. Originally occupied by the Dharug people, the has aboriginal axe grinding sites, rock engravings and Aboriginal...
Location: Cattai

Mt Wilberforce Lookout

Public park and lookout with walking tracks, picnic area & BBQ, toilets. Parking for cars and buses.
Location: West Pennant Hills

Mill Creek Camping Area

Located within Dharug National Park, this camping area is set in dense eucalyp forest surrounded by hawkesbury sandstone escarpments. The grounds contain 8 car camp...
Location: Wisemans Ferry
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