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Casula Powerhouse


Casula Powerhouse is a multi-disciplinary arts centre located on the banks of the Georges River. The centre has a 326 seat theatre, performance space, seven exhibition spaces and artist residencies.

A proud facility of Liverpool City Council, the Casula Powerhouse draws on the strengths of its community to make work that speaks to people everywhere.




1 Powerhouse Road
Casula, NSW, 2170

Located 3.8K from Hammondville

Lansdowne Bridge


Lansdowne Bridge is considered to be one of the finest examples of colonial architecture in Australia.

Lansdowne Bridge was built by convicts during 1834 to 1836. The sandstone arch has the largest span of any surviving masonry bridge in Australia. The size, appearance and durability make this bridge an outstanding example of colonial engineering.

Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Lansdowne Bridge.




Hume Highway
Lansvale, NSW, 2166

Located 6.6K from Hammondville

Simmos Beach Reserve


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 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.

Simmo's Beach Walking Trails vary in distance from 500 metres to 1.5 kilometres. They range from easy paved surfaces to hard, unsealed surfaces.






Fifth Avenue
Macquarie Fields, NSW, 2564

Located 7.3K from Hammondville

Macquarie Links International Golf Club


By focusing his efforts upon three major elements - flexibility, memorability and natural beauty - course designer Robin Nelson has sculpted Macquarie Links to be a championship course that is a joy to play.

The course is very much a combination of links style golf with a heathland or 'bush' character. Native grasslands, stands of mature gum trees, and unique 'outback' site furniture provide strong Australian character. Existing and man-made creeks, lakes and subtle topographic formations all combine to create natural golf holes that ebb and flow with the natural landscape.

Macquarie Links is a Par 72 course measuring some 6,300 metres in length, but not overly long by modern standards - the course is a challenge to shot making but not a torturous test of length. Multiple tees give golfers of all standards the ability to enjoy their game with an appropriate level of challenge.




Macquarie Links Drive,
Macquarie Links
Macquarie Fields, NSW, 2564

Located 7.8K from Hammondville

Chipmunks Playland and Cafe Villawood


Visit Chipmunks Playland and Cafe for unlimited play for children aged zero to 11 years old.

Explore their adventure styled playground equipment that features Canon Ball Blasters, an Inflatable "mega" slide, a Ball Pit and under five's playground.

With a full service cafe serving tasty food and coffee, they are also fully air-conditioned and delivery quality sun safe play in a family focused environment

Adult entry is always free. For more information on our admission prices for children, please visit the web site.

Coming to play at Chipmunks Villawood? Don't forget your socks.




850 Woodville Road ,
(next to Bunnings)
Villawood, NSW, 2163

Located 8.1K from Hammondville

Ingleburn Reserve


Situated on the Georges River, the reserve contains the historic Ingleburn Weir, which was constructed in the late 1930s to provide a swimming area for the local community.

The weir has a high heritage significance due to its sandstone structure and form. Works were conducted in 2009 to enhance fish passage in the river system and maintain the heritage value of the weir.

The vegetation community at Ingleburn Reserve is classified as the endangered ecological community, Shale Sandstone Transition Forest. The reserve is home to a number of endangered plant species as well as a range of native birds, some marsupials, other small mammals and reptiles.

Picnic tables, play equipment and an amenity block are located at the reserve.

Ingleburn Reserve Walking Trail is a 400 metre return walk. It is a medium grade and has sandstone steps and loose, rocky, unsealed surface.





Picnic Grove
Ingleburn, NSW, 2565

Located 9.0K from Hammondville

The Ridge Golf Course and Driving Range


With 18 championship standard holes, couch fairways and bent grass greens, claimed to be the best of any public course in NSW, the Ridge Golf Course offers something to cater for all ages and golfing abilities. The driving range features 52 floodlight bays over two tiers with individual bays incorporating quality mats, club/drink holders and seating.

The course is located about 10 minutes drive west of Sutherland, on the southern outskirts of Sydney.




1 Recreation Drive (off New Illawarra Road)
Barden Ridge, NSW, 2234

Located 9.0K from Hammondville

Hammondville: Events

PacFest and International Multicultural Food Festival


PacFest is one of Australia's largest annual schools cultural festivals, with more than 800 performers, including more than 200 cultural musicians from over 30 high schools and primary schools combined across Sydney. The inaugural festival commenced in 2014 with only eight schools and to date over 30 schools are now involved. They expect these numbers to increase each year with the introduction of the diversity section for high school groups.

PacFest is a highly impactful youth initiative, which has been hugely successful at increasing the levels of social inclusion, social cohesion and achievement of Pacific, Maori and Indigenous high school students in Sydney. Created by High School Community Liaison Officers and Youth workers, PacFest uses Pacific, Maori and Indigenous Performing Arts as a platform to help young people realise that every young person is a unique individual, yet part of an awesome cultural community in Australia.

PacFest 2017 will include the inaugural International Multicultural Food Festival presenting cultural delicacies, food and drinks from all around the world!


Event Dates
2017
      31st Mar
      1st Apr


90A Memorial Avenue,
Whitlam Leisure Centre
Liverpool, NSW, 2170

Located 4.3K from Hammondville

Bankstown Bites Food Festival


Living up to its reputation as one of Sydney's best and most loved food festivals, Bankstown Bites attracts over 10,000 people each year.

Foodies from all over the Sydney metropolitan area and beyond come along to enjoy the perfect combination of guided food tours, cooking demonstrations and a diversity of food stalls.

The Bites Food Tours explore the world of exotic and tasty culinary treats that people in Bankstown take so much for granted. Be astounded by the number of restaurants, cafes and grocery stores that make up the Bankstown central business district. The aroma of spices and smallgoods and the temptation of Sydney's finest Lebanese sweets are far too much to resist with festival-goers stocking up on treats to take home.

More than just food, in the Bankstown Arts Centre there will be dance, film, art, crafts and displays for all ages.

See you all at Bankstown Bites!


Event Dates
2017
      29th Jul


5 Olympic Parade
Bankstown, NSW, 2200

Located 7.9K from Hammondville

Hammondville: Travel Tips

Bankstown Visitor Information Centre


The Bankstown Visitor Information Centre is situated on the ground floor of the Civic Tower. Call in and speak to the friendly, helpful staff who will be happy to assist you with information on Bankstown and the surrounding area. They can give you detailed information on all tourist attractions, places of interest and will be happy to assist you with accommodation details.




66 Rickard Road
Bankstown South, NSW, 2200

Located 8.5K from Hammondville

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