Whether you are touring with a group, as part of a school excursion, with your family or even on your own, there are a number of ways for you to tour throughout the region.
Explore Campbelltown's historic buildings on the Campbelltown Scavenger Hunt - a self-guided discovery trail.
Discover the Dharawal National Park and enjoy a wander with an Aboriginal Discovery Ranger, as you take a fresh look at the landscape from a Koori perspective.
Explore the colourful history of Campbelltown and uncover the stories behind one of Australia's most famous supernatural residents - Fishers Ghost.
Gledswood Homestead (circa 1810) is a unique historic property located in the Macarthur region. Set on 113 acres, this grand convict built sandstone homestead is surounded by sweeping lawns and elegant gardens. There are a range of packages at Gledswood available for your group.
Built in 1840 by Michael Byrne, this fine Colonial Georgian townhouse is home to the Campbelltown and Airds Historical Society. Wander through this beautiful historic property and visit the custom built Alex Goodsell Rural Exhibition Centre, showcasing the agricultural heritage in the area. The entire complex, including the coach house and stables, sits in a peaceful heritage garden.
The Ingleburn Heritage Plaque Walking Tour comprises bronze plaques featuring information on the historically significant periods of the development of Ingleburn and the surrounding area.
A boutique tour company specialising in providing a unique rural Macarthur experience based around our local artisan foods and wine. Every tour is unique - with the local farms and suppliers visited dependent on the season. Let us share beautiful food and hour history with you.
Grab your camera for a guided tour down the photography trail in Dharawal National Park. Every picture tells a story - and nature is full of stories. Join NSW National Parks discovery rangers for an exploration of the sites in Dharawal National Park, inlcuding the stunning O'Hares Creek lookout and the serene Minerva Pool.
This walking tour takes in a range of historic sites around the village of Narellan. With a variety of heritage properites, ranging from churches and cemeteries to businesses and homesteads, the tour links the now modern township to its history as an important stop for those travelling to the South.
Wivenhoe historical house was designed by John Verge for Charles Cowper in 1837. The house is available for guided tours, morning and afternoon teas and lunches.
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