Simmo’s Beach is located on the Georges River. Its easy access, picnic facilities and beach area make it a popular site for local residents. The reserve, which was officially opened in 1986, is named after Simmonds, a past resident, who mined sand adjacent to the Georges River for a number of years.
The features of the reserve, such as extensive areas of bushland, proximity to the Georges River
and connectivity with the Georges River Regional Open Space, enable it to provide a range of
The reserve is home to a number of endangered and vulnerable ecological community types, including the Sandstone Shale Transition Forest, Hinterland Sandstone Gully Forest, Sandstone Riparian Scrub, Coastal Sandstone Ridgetop Woodland and Castlereagh Scribbly Gum Woodland communities.Numerous threatened species of native flora and fauna have also been recorded at the reserve.
Picnic tables, barbecues, play equipment and an amenity block are located at the reserve.
Simmo's Beach Walking Trails
|Distance:||Various trails ranging from 500m to 1.5km.|
|Grade:||Ranges from easy, paved surfaces to hard, unsealed surfaces.|
|Activities:||Bushwalking and picnics.|
Click here to view a copy of the Georges River Bushwalking Guide, for further information on bushwalks around the Georges River in Campbelltown.
Simmo's Beach Reserve
Ph: (02) 4645 4921