Greater Sydney stretches from the foothills of the Blue Mountains in the west, the Hawkesbury Valley in the north, down to the historic towns of Camden and Picton in the south. It includes the city of Parramatta which is now the demographic heart of Sydney.
Parramatta is a city of elegant parks, historic charm and has a vibrant multicultural footprint. Many industrial and manufacturing headquarters are based in this area and, with a professional network of facilities and accommodation, the city is experienced at catering for business travellers.
Further west, Penrith Valley, at the foot of the Blue Mountains is an aquatic adventure playground with white water rafting, canoeing, water skiing and paddleboat rides. Penrith also enjoys a wealth of cultural, entertainment and sporting pursuits.
Towards the north, the beautiful Hawkesbury River winds its way through the Hawkesbury Valley, where historic townships are surrounded by national parks.
The Macarthur region, south west of Sydney, is a vibrant destination, renowned for its living heritage, natural landscapes, adventure tourism and warm country atmosphere.
Muru Mittigar Aboriginal Cultural Centre in the Penrith Valley tells the story of the Darug people, the traditional owners of the area.
Elizabeth Farm in Parramatta was built in 1793. It was once home to Elizabeth and John Macarthur, pioneers of the Australian wool industry.
Tizzana Winery, housed in an 1887 National Trust Classified sandstone building, is located in the heart of the historic Hawkesbury Valley.
George IV Inn
Located in the picturesque valley of Picton, enjoy a traditional German beer brewed on the premises of one of Australia’s oldest inns.
All the regions in Greater Sydney are within a hour drive from the Sydney CBD. Most areas are also well serviced by public transport.
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