on the south western perimeter of Sydney, from which it is only an hours drive
from Sydney, Kingsford Smith Airport and
Port Botany, is Wollondilly, a region that takes its name from the Wollondilly River.
From the foothills of the Southern Highlands, the Wollondilly region stretches
over 2,500 km encompassing Bargo in the south, Warragamba in the north, Appin
and Menangle in the east, and Nattai wilderness, Yerranderie Village and
Burragorang Valley to the west.
A popular holiday destination, Wollondilly is situated about 30 minutes from Wollongong and the southern beaches and
just over two hours drive from Canberra. The region is also the water catchment
for several of Sydneys main dams, the village of Warragamba being nestled by
the side of Warragamba Dam. Picton is the administrative centre of Wollondilly
In addition to our listed online travel guide information,
contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions,
tours, local maps and other information.