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Quality Inn Penrith

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261 Mulgoa Road, Penrith, NS, AU, 2750

  • Phone: (61) 2 47345555
  • Fax: (61) 2 47345500
4.2 out of 5 (46 reviews)
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»Featherdale Wildlife Park

Just one hour out of Sydney's City Centre, The Featherdale Wildlife Park is Australia's largest private collection of native animals. In a bush land setting, the collection includes koalas, wombats, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, dingoes, crocodiles, Tasmanian devils, fairy penguins and a large number of native birds. An Australian style cafe, barbecues, picnic areas and a large souvenir shop are just some of the distractions from the "furry" friends.

217-229 Kildare Road
Sydney, NSW 2767

»McQuade Park

The McQuade Park has been a hot spot for locals in and around the vicinity. The place is buzzing with events like the "Loop" that entertain the whole family.

Corner Richmond Road & George Streets
Windsor , NSW 2756

»MacArthur Park

This wonderful park in Camden was opened a while back (in 1906), and has a number of different places to visit within the park. Places to visit include the wisteria walk, a heritage rose garden, a shelter (built in 1913) in memory of Mrs Elizabeth Macarthur Onslow, and a Cenotaph honoring those who served in World War I. Be sure to visit with the whole family, or it's just as peaceful if you go alone.

MacArthur Park
Sydney, NSW 2155

»Gledswood Homestead and Winery

Less than one hour from Sydney, Gledswood is the original home of a famous, Australian pioneering family in the Camden district. Gledswood Homestead and Winery offers a one-stop, value-packed experience including sheep shearing, wool classing, spinning, whip cracking, boomerang throwing, wine tasting and encounters with both domestic and native animals. The highlight is a big barbecue lunch at the property's Country Eating House (vegetarian meals available on request).

900 Camden Valley Way
Sydney, NSW 2567

»Old Government House

Old Government House is the the oldest surviving public building in Australia and dates back to 1799 which was extended by Governor Macquarie between 1815 and 1816. Some of the original 18th century joinery, doors and other details still survive. Its interiors have been carefully restored and contain the most important collection of early colonial furniture in Australia. Well worth a visit and more interesting are the Ghost Tours arranged here on Fridays every month. These tours are in addition to the school programs conducted for children and other informative talks and seminars.

Pitt Street and Argyle Street
Sydney, NSW 2150

»Parramatta Park

To refer to the Parramatta Park as just your regular neighborhood park would be unjust. The existence of the park is entwined with the history of the region as well as the country. Once the home of aboriginal settlers, the park was where the Darug tribe lived, and the proof of this can be found in several artifacts of archeological significance in some pockets of the park. The park is also where Governor Philips founded the second European settlement in New South Wales, and the area served as an essential feeding ground for the settlers on account of the land's rich agricultural potential. The Parramatta Park has been placed on UNESCO's World Heritage List because it is also home to some of the country's oldest buildings, like the Old Government House and the Dairy Cottage. See the website or call to know more about the park.

Pitt Street
Parramatta, NSW 2150

»Carysfield Park

Carysfield Park serves as a venue for various local, cultural and religious events. The skate park is also a center for family outings and picnics.

Johnston Road
Bankstown, NSW 2197

»Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan

The Botanic Garden at Mount Annan is an enormous facility with more than 4000 varieties of flora spread out over a few hundred hectares, complete with lakes and hills. There are guided vehicle and walking tours organized regularly as well as cycling and mountain biking trails. Contact the garden for more details.

Mount Annan Drive
Sydney, NSW 2567

»Scenic World Blue Mountains

The Scenic World Blue Mountains offers lots of exciting options for the entire family. With skyway and cableway rides, on-location revolving restaurants and a great space for events. The venue is all about great fun and excitement. Attraction prices vary. See their website for more information.

Corner of Violet Street & Cliff Drives
Katoomba , NSW 2780

»City of Blue Mountains

The City of Blue Mountains makes up a rather large area, of which numerous towns, including Katoomba, Wentworth Falls, Medlow Bath, Blackheath, Bilpin, Duckmaloi and Rydal call home. The Blue Mountains National Park itself is the centre point around which much of the local tourism revolves.

City of Blue Mountains
City of Blue Mountains, NSW 2780

»Blaxland Riverside Park

Boasting a picturesque setting right by the Parramatta River, Blaxland Riverside Park is one of the outdoor spaces at Sydney Olympic Park. There is every provision for a fun day out with the family; there are walking and cycling trails, barbecue facilities, a large playground and more. The Newington Armory, with its many heritage buildings, is close by, and you could always check out an exhibition at the Armory Galley.

1 Jamieson Street
Sydney, NSW 2128

»Cathy Freeman Park

Located opposite the ANZ Stadium, Cathy Freeman Park, which was formerly known as the Overflow, is a beautifully landscaped park used for hosting number of arts and cultural events throughout the year. Events and festivals such as Ritmo Brazilian Festival, the Sydney Festival and screening of movies are few of the gatherings that feature annually at the park.

Olympic Boulevard
Sydney, NSW 2127
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