Discover Local Attractions
Riverside Oaks Golf Resort is situated amongst some of the greatest attractions in Sydney
Windsor is set on a high bank of the magnificent Hawkesbury River, at the foot of the Blue Mountains and surrounded by beautiful National Parks. There is a lot of history to explore in and around Windsor.
Each Sunday from 9:00am to 3:30pm you can go and look through the myriad of stalls selling a huge range of products or just relax and listen to the musicians perform while having a coffee and snack at one of the many eateries in the mall.
Ebenezer Church is Australia’s oldest church, est. 1809 at Ebenezer NSW. It was the first non-conformist then Presbyterian Church in Australia and was a pioneer in education in the colony, beginning a school in 1810. The church is open each day, visitors can take a self-guided tour using pamphlets provided. The pamphlet contains information on the historic precinct of the church, cemetery, churchyard and the tree across Coromandel Road.
Tobruk Sheep Station showcases the very best of the Australian Outback. Australian owned and operated, this beautiful property is set on 50 acres on high plateau above the Hawkesbury River Valley overlooking the Blue Mountains. The Australian Outback Show is an exciting, entertaining and engaging experience for all ages. The how runs most days and includes skilful demonstrations, performances and authentic Aussie tucker all delivered with a sense of fun.
Hawkesbury Regional Museum in Windsor has a long history including a rich indigenous culture heritage established by the Darug people, as well as a distinctive built environment dating back to the earliest days of the colony. The museum conserves and interprets that heritage to residents and visitors, many of whom have family links to the area. (25 minute drive)
Tizzana Winery is set in a tranquil valley off the Hawkesbury River. The winery is a National Trust classified sandstone building (1887) and has five acres of grapevines and eight acres of olive groves.
Wine and olive products are available for sale/tasting. Tizzana Winery has a range of red, white and fortified wines that are available for tasting at the cellar door. (40 minute drive)
Dharug National Park covers rugged bushland just north of the Hawkesbury River, with dramatic sandstone cliffs and a variety of natural habitats. It’s the perfect place to escape to on a daytrip.
There is loads to explore, take a walk, mountain bike or guided tour into history along the Old Great North Road.
The Powerhouse Discovery Centre is the Powerhouse Museum’s publicly accessible, museum storage and collection care facility. The Discovery Centre provides a very different behind-the-scenes museum experience as well as access to thousands of objects, including historic steam engines, cars, trams and planes and lots of smaller objects such as textiles, dolls and ceramics displayed in the themed artefact drawers
Penrith Whitewater is located at the foot of the Blue Mountains. Purpose built for the canoe/kayak events during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. It’s the only man-made whitewater river of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. The channel has been designed to recreate the characteristics of a wild river and provides the watercourse for whitewater rafting and kayaking. Both guided and self-guided trips are offered.
Valley View Park is situated on a large country property three kilometres from North Richmond. Valley View Park has horses and ponies to suit riders of all ages and abilities, ranging from beginners who have never ridden up to fully experienced riders.
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden sits on a basalt peak 1,000 metres above sea level in the World Heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains. The Garden is home to thousands of species of cool climate and southern hemisphere plants. As well as the many beautiful landscape gardens and rainforest walks the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden runs events and workshops for all ages to inspire a love for plants.