Hawkesbury Area Attractions

The Great North Road, completed in 1836, was constructed using convict labour. It features spectacular and beautifully preserved examples of stonework, including buttresses, culverts, bridges and twel...
Amidst the beauty of Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park, the Hawkesbury River and Pittwater, Relaxation Boat Hire offers a chance to escape and enjoy the serenity of the surrounding waterways. Whether y...
Brooklyn Water Taxis provide quality and professional service. We have been operating on the Hawkesbury River out of Brooklyn specializing in individually tailored Boat Tours for small groups of up to...
Recreates the past with a collection of authentic pioneer buildings, including "Rose Cottage", a timber dwelling built in 1798.
For prompt and professional service, call us for all your water taxi requirements. Our taxi takes 17 passengers in comfort, and is all enclosed, allowing you to stay dry and safe! Bookings are essen...
Our team is always willing to answer questions concerning your holiday requirements. We try to ensure that you have a fun holiday by providing for first timers or if you are unsure on how to drive our...
In the picturesque grounds of historic University of Western Sydney, the Studios of 6 Hawkesbury artists offer a wide variety of framed & unframed oil paintings, watercolours, pastels & drawings rangi...
Share a houseboat for an unforgettable holiday. The Hawkesbury is a wonderful waterway, and the best way to see it is by boat. We'll spoil you just bring your food, drink and towels and we supply the ...
M.V. Emily Melvey is a family owned and operated charter vessel licensed to carry 120 guests. Cruise in style and take in the magnificent scenery of the lower Hawkesbury River, less than an hour from...
Designed by convict architect Francis Greenway and built in 1828. There are many other buildings of historical interest, including St Peter's Anglican Church (completed in 1841), Woolpack Inn (1830's)...
Looks out over the Grose River, hundreds of metres below.
Next to the Macquarie Arms Hotel (itself dating back to 1815), houses many interesting exhibits from colonial times. Other Historical buildings include St Matthew's Church (1817), the Court House (182...