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Warragamba Dam

Warragamba 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Warragamba
Fun things for kids to do.
It has an expansive picnic area and No Dogs Allowed and a Information Centre which has the history of the start to finish.

The Australian Botanic Garden

Mount Annan 10.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mount Annan
... all the flowers out Food is delicious and plentiful Its a licensed restaurant We walked but there’s plenty of parking It’s suitable for everyone Wheel chair friendly A gift and plant shop A Lovely days outing
Beautiful sprawling fields that form part of the Cumberland Plain Woodland, with wonderfully laid out sections dedicated to amazing Australian flora and lots of scenic walking tracks.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Glenbrook
Red Hands Cave Blue Mountains National Park, Glenbrook walking track, aboriginal rock art, drop toilet The road into the Red Hands Cave is unsealed but 2WD accessible and the walk from the carpark to the cave is a...
Better explore on your own - just drive there (if you have a rental car), buy a ticket, take a tram across the mountains, enjoy the amazing view of the Mountains, the cliffs and the Three Sisters.
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Macarthur Park

Camden 9.0 mi away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Camden
This is a park with varied places to wander through and enjoy, roses in abundance, opportunities for parties weddings or friends, and 2 palm trees at one of the gates planted by Elizabeth Macarthur to add to the h...
Love visiting with family, playground for little children, lovely garden areas for those who love particularly roses.

Burragorang Lookout

Camden 10.1 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Camden
The road access has been greatly improved since my last visit, with very serviceable and reasonably maintained toilet facilities, The picnic tables among the trees are well shaded and would be a great place for ki...
If out that way on weekends go to the Heritage Centre at The Oaks for a great insight in the history of the area