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Tobruk Sydney


Tobruk Sydney - showcasing the very best of the Australian Outback. Australian owned and operated, this beautiful property is set on 50 acres on high plateau above the Hawkesbury River Valley overlooking the Blue Mountains.

The Australian Outback Show is an exciting, entertaining and engaging experience for all ages. The show runs most days and includes skilful demonstrations, performances and authentic Aussie tucker, all delivered with a sense of fun.

The Tobruk program includes a stockman on horseback to meet you on arrival, Aussie billy tea and damper around the campfire, a working dog demonstration and a live sheep shearing demonstration. Then enjoy a hearty two-course lunch in the licensed Woolshed Restaurant.

In the afternoon watch whip cracking and boomerang throwing displays, and try your hand at cracking a whip and throwing a boomerang under the watchful eye of experts. Open for individuals, groups, special events and incentives.




5050 Old Northern Road
Maroota, NSW, 2756

Located 2.4K from Leets Vale

The Great North Road


The Great North Road, surveyed in 1825 and completed in 1836, was constructed using convict labour. Up to 720 convicts - some in chains - worked on the road, which spanned 264 km, connecting Sydney to the settlements of the Hunter Valley. It features spectacular and beautifully preserved examples of stonework, including buttresses, culverts, bridges and twelve metre high retaining walls.

Only 43 kilometres of the road remains undeveloped and relatively intact. Running through and alongside Dharug National Park and Yengo National Park, this section has been named the Old Great North Road. It goes from Wisemans Ferry in the south to Mount Manning (near Bucketty) in the north, and includes the oldest surviving stone bridges in mainland Australia. The road is closed to motor vehicles, but makes a great walk over two or three days - or an exhilarating day's cycle.




Wisemans Ferry
Wisemans Ferry, NSW, 2775

Located 6.8K from Leets Vale

Lower Hawkesbury Wesleyan Chapel


The first church service was held in this charming Wesleyan Chapel in 1855. It is orientated to face the picturesque Hawkesbury River, where the majority of early parishioners would have come from.

Tours of the Wesleyan Chapel and services can be arranged and it is also available for social functions.

Today Wisemans Ferry, 80 kilometres from Sydney city, is still the site of a ferry service across the Hawkesbury River.




Wisemans Ferry Road
Gunderman, NSW, 2775

Located 10.3K from Leets Vale

Riverside Oaks Golf Course


Riverside Oaks, a stunning setting and course layout across 587 acres of unspoilt natural bushland. It borders the Hawkesbury River and wildlife reserve with a reputation for quality that attracts golfers and visitors across Australia and around the world.

The 18 hole par 72 championship course is 6,311 metres long and is rated amongst the top resort courses in Australia. Immaculate presentation, expansive greens and world class facilities provides one of Sydney's finest resort courses.

The course layout is designed for golfers of all standards offering a challenging, rewarding game in a superb natural surround. Riverside Oaks has hosted many charity events and tournaments including The Australian TPC, The Australian PGA Championship, for three successive years and The NSW PGA Championships for two years.

An amazing a la carte restaurant has now opened called Bungool, which serves contemporary Australian cuisine. Open Thursday to Sunday - bookings essential.





74 O'Briens Road
Cattai, NSW, 2756

Located 11.3K from Leets Vale

Ebenezer Church


Ebenezer Church is Australia's oldest church, established in 1809 at Ebenezer, New South Wales. It was the first Non-conformist, then Presbyterian, Church in Australia and was a pioneer in education in the colony, beginning a school in 1810.

The church is open each day, visitors can take a self-guided tour using pamphlets provided. The pamphlet contains information on the historic precinct of the church, cemetery, churchyard and the tree across Coromandel Road.

A visit to the Schoolmaster's House contains photographs and memorabilia on the church's interesting history.

Casual visitors may enjoy devonshire teas/coffees (lunch available for large groups only) and purchase locally made jams, craft, souvenirs and family and church history books.

Groups such as coaches, car and social clubs need to make bookings for teas/lunches. A talk on the fascinating history of Ebenezer Church is offered at no extra charge.




95 Coromandel Road
Ebenezer, NSW, 2756

Located 13.1K from Leets Vale

Leets Vale: Events

True Grit Military Inspired Obstacle Challenge


True Grit is the first military style obstacle course designed by Australian Special Forces. The courses are designed over 10 to 12 kilometres with over 30 obstacles per event. Their aim is to deliver a truly unique experience to those that dare. Make a team and invite your friends to attend. You will find working through the course with a group is much more fun.


Event Dates
2017
      10th Jun
      11th Jun


312 River Road
Lower Portland, NSW, 2756

Located 5.3K from Leets Vale

True Grit - Australian 24 Hour Enduro


For those who have smashed the 10 to 12 kilometre courses, True Grit wanted an even bigger challenge and have taken it to the next level.

True Grit has teamed up with the Obstacle Course Racing Association of Australia (OCRA) to bring you an Australian 24 hour Obstacle Course event.

Basically, the course will be open from 2pm on the Saturday afternoon to 2pm on the Sunday afternoon. That's 24 hours of True Grit obstacle racing.

This 24 hour challenge isn't just for the fittest man, woman or team on the planet. They will be there for sure.

It's open to everyone who has enough GRIT to register!


Event Dates
2017
      11th Jun
      12th Jun


312 River Road
Lower Portland, NSW, 2756

Located 5.3K from Leets Vale

Convict Footprints on the Old Great North Road


Step out of your comfort zone and into a terrific new experience that is theatre-in-the-wild. This play brings history to life in beautiful Dharug National Park. It won a Highly Commended NSW Tourism Award and the National Trust Heritage Award in 2015, and has received rave reviews from audiences.

Wear walking shoes and bring water and a warm jacket. Performances go ahead in the rain, so bring wet weather gear or an umbrella if it looks likely to rain.

Book online or buy tickets over the phone through Central Coast Tourism.


Event Dates
2017
      13th May
      14th May
      20th May
      21st May


Corner Settlers Road and Wisemans Ferry Road
Wisemans Ferry, NSW, 2775

Located 6.7K from Leets Vale

St Albans Writers Festival


St Albans Writers Festival is a new Australian literary festival celebrating writers, books and writing of all styles, genres and forms, based in the small and picturesque village of St Albans.

The landscape of the Hawkesbury with its diverse population of farmers, artists, writers, tree-changers and weekenders provides a unique and stimulating setting to meet writers, discuss books and debate ideas.

This intimate festival - places are limited to about 350 - happens over two days and two evenings, starting on Friday 18th September with drinks and nibbles at the Festival Centre.




St Albans
St Albans, NSW, 2775

Located 15.2K from Leets Vale

Stamp, Coin and Collectables Fair


There will be an interesting variety of philatelic and numismatic material available: Stamps and Covers, Australasia, Pacifics, World, Thematics, Cinderellas, Accessories. They'll have five to seven dealers attending and Richmond Stamp Club.

Also a good range of Collectables: Ephemera, Motor Vehicle Paraphernalia, Retro Wares, China, Glass, Vintage Tins and more.

There will be refreshments available.
Free entry and off street parking available.

The Fair is held twice each year. March and August.


Event Dates
2017
      18th Mar
      19th Mar


1090 East Kurrajong Road
East Kurrajong, NSW, 2758

Located 16.5K from Leets Vale

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