Business Directory and Tourist Guide


Discovery begins much closer than you ever thought. Wollondilly tempts you with pristine forest,
untarnished history, diverse produce and a vibrant culture. At just over an hour’s drive from Sydney,
this hidden gem will embrace the discoverer within.

Living History

Wollondilly is a region with proud links to the first chapters of Colonial Australia. It is home to some of Australia's oldest villages and at each corner there is a compelling story to learn. Make sure you stop by the
Old Picton Post Office to chat to our friendly tourism staff about all the history this Shire has to offer.

breathtaking nature

With 80% of Sydney's water supply within our borders, it is no surprise that Wollondilly is home to some of the most breathtaking and awe inspiring bushland scenery on offer. There are a multitude of bushland walks and trails for both the discerning adventurer and the casual explorer. Make sure you check out some of our World Heritage listed areas.

harvest experience

Based on its perfect climatic location, Wollondilly is home to some mouthwatering local produce that can be
found on some of the best menus in the country. Discover your inner chef and walk away with some great treats.

the majesty of steam

Wollondilly played a significant role in the early train networks of Australia and pays great homage to the romantic days of steam. Check out Trainworks, the largest rail-museum in Australia and discover the tales of memories past.


If you're an adrenaline junkie then we have the perfect remedies to satisfy your appetite. You are more than welcome to see our region at ground level, but lets face it, seeing things from 14,000 feet above sea level is much, much more fun!

For more information about any of these interesting, fun, free activities and other great things to see
and do in the Wollondilly Shire contact the friendly team at the Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre.

Ph: (02) 4677 8313
E: tourism@wollondilly.nsw.gov.au www.wollondillytourism.com.au

WOLLONDILLY Visitor Information Centre

"Old Picton Post Office"
(under the Clocktower)
cnr Arglye & Menangle Streets,
Picton NSW 2571