Macarthur offers a diverse tourism experience to suit a variety of interests including exceptional historic sites, exhilarating adventure experiences, ghost hunting tours, breathtaking nature reserves and an eclectic mix of cultural facilities.
Air Combat Australia offers a variety of flight experiences from jet fighter air combat missions to aerobatic flights. Four different fighter aircraft are available.
Primarily focused on teaching people to fly, Airborne Aviation also offers a number of services including scenic and aerobatic flights, vintage flights, charter flights, aircraft ferrying, avgas sales and hangarage.
The Alan Baker Art Gallery occupies the recently renovated, historic Macaria building and provides an opportunity to honour local artist Alan Baker and showcase his artworks.
Aussie Night Markets at Menangle Paceway offer an international food market teaming...
The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan is Australia's largest botanic garden with more than 4000 species of native plants. The Garden covers 416 hectares and features picnic areas with BBQs and shelters. Open year round 8am - 5pm, excluding Summer which is open 8am - 7pm.
There is no better way to see Macarthur than from the air. The airport is home to a range of aviation experiences including hot air ballooning; aerobatic, gliding and scenic flights; helicoptor rides and pilot training.
Multi-award winning Balloon Aloft conducted Australia’s very first commercial balloon flight over 35 years ago right here in the Macarthur region, where the picturesque landscape and favourable weather patterns make it the ideal balloon flight location. Sunrise hot air balloon rides take place each weekend, as well as selected weekdays, and finish with a delicious, hearty breakfast and Champagne celebration.
Play the ultimate laser combat adventure game. Laser skirmish, designed to get your adrenaline pumping, will provide you with hours of fun and excitement. Open to the public/individuals every weekend. Groups and private bookings available seven days.
The home farm of John and Elizabeth Macarthur dates back to 1805. This wonderful picturesque setting includes Belgenny Cottage built in 1820 and the oldest surviving collection of farm buildings in Australia. Regular events are held throughout the year for the whole family to enjoy.