Wollondilly

Attractions

The Convent at The Oaks

The Oaks Convent opened in 1906 for the Sisters of St. Joseph. It was designed by Camden builder, G. Furner, and built by local builders,…

  • Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang, Yerranderie

St Mathews Anglican Church- The Oaks

St. Mathews Anglican Church c.1838/39: Built by the families of John Wild of Vanderville and Major Russell of Orthez for their servants and families, it…

  • Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang, Yerranderie

Thirlmere Lakes National Parks

Thirlmere Lakes National Park, with its five freshwater lakes, is full of locomotive history and is perfect for enjoying picnics and barbecues, walking, birdwatching, or…

  • Thirlmere
Thirlmere Lakes National Parks

Wollondilly Heritage Centre

The Wollondilly Heritage Centre caters for – Groups: Home cooked morning or afternoon tea for pre-booked groups on our sheltered veranda. A BBQ area for…

  • Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang, Yerranderie

Yerranderie Silver Mine Village

Yerranderie Private Town is one of NSW’s most authentic, unchanged silver mining ghost towns, having been carefully preserved to retain its historic past

  • Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang, Yerranderie

St Marys Towers Monastery

St Marys Towers is significant because of the well-known historical figures who lived there and because of the substantial two-storey Gothic revival country residence which…

  • Douglas Park

St Luke’s Anglican Church at The Oaks

St. Lukes Anglican Church was built circa 1892. The widow of John Benton Wild, Emmeline Wild, donated 100 acres of Vanderville for the establishment of…

  • Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang, Yerranderie

Mushroom Tunnel

The former Redbank Range Railway Tunnel is historically significant as the first railway tunnel used by the NSW Railways. It is also historically significant as…

  • Picton
Mushroom Tunnel

Mowbray Park Farm

Mowbray Park FarmStay is one of NSW's most popular Farm Stay destination. It has a rich history dating back to the early days of European…

  • Picton
Mowbray Park Farm

Railway Viaduct at Picton

Can be seen from Webster Street or Picton Avenue The Viaduct was built by a contractor named Ambrose Crawshaw and work commenced in 1862. It…

  • Picton
Railway Viaduct at Picton

St Aloysius Church at The Oaks

St. Aloysius Church was built from 1845 and opened by Archdeacon McEnroe. When the Burragorang Valley was flooded, the Stations of the Cross from St…

  • Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang, Yerranderie

Razorback Ridge Wines

Sydney's newest cellar door is just minutes from Camden, an hour from Sydney and 40 minutes from Wollongong

  • Razorback, Cawdor, Camden Park
Razorback Ridge Wines

Maldon Suspension Bridge at Picton

Spanning the picturesque Nepean Gorge, the Maldon Suspension Bridge is one of only a few true suspension bridges in New South Wales. It was built…

  • Picton