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Maraylya

Maraylya is located approximately 50 kilometres northwest of the Sydney CBD in the Shire of Baulkham Hills. The original inhabitants of the Maraylya area were the Darug people. The Darug were the custodians of the majority of what is now the Greater Sydney region. They were divided into a number of different ムclans', whose quick demise upon European settlement has sadly resulted in very little information remaining on how the local area was utilised. This locality, east of Windsor, was originally known as Forrester after an early landholder Robert Forrester who was granted 30 acres at ムMulgrave Place' in 1794. In the 1920s the local Progress Association changed the name to Maraylya, which is presumed to be an Aboriginal name, but the meaning is unknown. Cattai Creek runs through this rural area leading to Cattai National Park. Towns surrounding Maraylya include: Cattai, Glenorie, Nelson and Pitt Town. Visitor Information: Sydney Hills Visitor Centre 656A Old Northern Road, Dural (02) 9651 4411 Email: enquiries@sydneyhills.com.au Website: www.sydneyhills.com.au

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Lynwood Country Club


Lynwood Country Club is situated at Pitt Town which is one of the five historic towns established by Governor Macquarie in 1810. It is located about 50 kilometres north west of Sydney.

Lynwood takes its name from historic Lynwood House, a colonial style house built circa 1814 and is located on the course property.

The 18 hole golf course is set on 230 undulating acres. It was designed by Graham Papworth, President of the Australian Golf Course Architects Association. The links style 6400 metres, 72 par layout takes advantage of many natural features, including undulations, wetlands and natural rough.

The course boasts a truly magnificent driving range, a practice green and short game range incorporating greens and bunker facilities. Most tees and greens are visible from the colonial style clubhouse veranda with sweeping panoramic views to the Blue Mountains as a backdrop.




Pitt Town Road, Corner of Pitt Town Bottoms Road
Pitt Town, NSW, 2756

Located 5.3K from Maraylya

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 5.4K from Maraylya

The Australiana Pioneer Village


The Australiana Pioneer Village will absorb you into the atmosphere and activities of life over 100 years ago. It's a total experience - sights, sounds and aromas of the past. Enjoy the tranquillity of the Hawkesbury - the beginning of Australia's rural settlement.

Why not go on a carriage ride, visit the lolly shop, take a tour and visit all the buildings or have lunch at one of the cafes. There is plenty for all the family to do.

Located just outside Windsor on the banks of the Hawkesbury River. Visit the Australiana Pioneer Village website for more details.

Admission includes parking.






Rose Street
Wilberforce, NSW, 2756

Located 6.3K from Maraylya

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 6.3K from Maraylya

Governor Phillip Park


Governor Phillip Park is a historic park located at the end of George Street, Windsor, next to the Hawkesbury River.

The park does have a concrete boat ramp where you can launch your boat, kayak or canoe.

There's also a picnic area with tables, shelters, electric barbecues, toilets and a children's playground. Disabled access is available.





George Street
Windsor, NSW, 2756

Located 7.6K from Maraylya

Hawkesbury Regional Museum


Hawkesbury Regional Museum in Windsor has a long history including a rich indigenous cultural heritage established by the Darug people, as well as a distinctive built environment dating back to the earliest days of the colony. The Museum conserves and interprets that heritage to residents and visitors, many of whom have family links to the area.

The visitor experience comprises a new, purpose-built museum, and the heritage building known as Howe House. Together they form a unique cultural facility located on one of the oldest land grants in Australia. As well as a permanent exhibition on the themes of the river, land and people, the museum offers a program of changing temporary exhibitions on a wide variety of subjects.

Heritage precinct walking tours are conducted by trained guides on a regular basis and the bookshop sells a large number of books on the history of the area.




8 Baker Street
Windsor, NSW, 2756

Located 8.2K from Maraylya

Howe Park


Within Howe Park you'll find a two kilometre footpath meandering along The Terrace with the majestic Hawkesbury River on the other side.

This pathway offers an easy, levelled walk (with prams or wheelchairs) and gives you a lovely view of the river with plenty of lush green grass to picnic in, there's also benches along the way. You'll also catch views across the river of the sandy beach in Macquarie Park.

On the corner of Kable Street and The Terrace there is a parking lot where you can leave your car. There are public toilets there also. Walk across the road into Howe Park, and there you'll find the viewing platform and leafy shaded picnic tables and benches. A great spot to bring a picnic and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.




Kable Street,
Corner of The Terrace
Windsor, NSW, 2756

Located 8.4K from Maraylya

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery


Hawkesbury Regional Gallery is located in a landmark building designed to reflect the heritage values of the surrounding district.

Landscaped grounds and The Evergreen Cafe provide a pleasant environment for the enjoyment of art and culture. Exhibitions offer a variety of media in visual art, craft, photography and design. A guiding principle of the exhibition program is to uphold the Hawkesbury's artistic and creative heritage while showcasing the new and original.

At least some exhibitions come through the extensive network of public art museums of which the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery are part. All exhibitions aim to be thought-provoking, challenging and educational in the broadest sense of the word.

Every exhibition features artist and curator talks, and there are usually workshops, film screenings and other public programs designed to make the most of your gallery experience.




300 George Street
Windsor, NSW, 2756

Located 8.8K from Maraylya

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Hawkesbury Regional Museum Visitor Centre


Hawkesbury Regional Museum is located in one of the country's oldest settlements - the third on mainland Australia after Sydney and Parramatta. It is the only publicly-run, professionally staffed museum in the Hawkesbury and, indeed, in the wider area including the Blue Mountains, Penrith, Hills and Blacktown local government areas. The Museum also provides visitor information and services.

This is an award-winning purpose built museum, designed to provide optimal conditions for the display of objects and the comfort and convenience of visitors. Also on site is Howe House, an historic house that has been fitted out with furnishings and displays that reflect its many uses over more than 200 years of history. The house is open for inspection at 11am and 2pm on weekends, and during the week for booked groups.





8 Baker Street
Windsor, NSW, 2756

Located 8.2K from Maraylya

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