With roots in early film making, farming history and stunning surrounds, Razorback, Cawdor and Camden Park are great areas for visitors.
The top of Razorback overlooks a panoramic view of Picton, Cawdor Valley, Camden and Sydney. These areas were used in scenes and backdrops for some of Australia’s earliest black and white films, “Smiley” and “Smiley Gets a Gun” with the famous Chips Rafferty. Razorback was also made famous with the Truckies Blockade in the 19070’s. A still monument stands in remembrance today.
Must stops to the area include a visit to; Razorback Ridge Wines, a local family run cellar door open for tastings and platters. Ultimate Paintball at Cawdor, for an adventure filled experience with a whole lot of paint and Belgenny Farm for a tour of the oldest collection of colonial farm buildings in Australia.
Population Razorback (as at Census 2018): 2,585
Population Cawdor, Camden Park (as at Census 2018): 3,432