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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 1.0K from Macquarie Fields

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 1.9K from Macquarie Fields

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 2.2K from Macquarie Fields

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 5.3K from Macquarie Fields

Keith Longhurst Reserve


The Keith Longhurst Reserve is a 76 hectare bushland reserve with significant scenic and cultural values.

Formerly known as The Basin Reserve, the area offers a number of walking trails leading down to the Georges River, including The Basin Walking Trail and the Old Ford Road Walking Trail, which is a historic road built in the 1880s to cross the Georges River. This popular scenic waterhole showcases a small waterfall feature.

There are no formal picnic facilities or amenities located at Keith Longhurst Reserve.

The Basin Walking Track is a two kilometre return walk. The grade is medium though it does have steep sections and parts of it are a loose and rocky unsealed surface.

The Old Ford Road Walking Trackis a 2.6 kilometre return walk. The grade is medium though it does have steep sections and parts of it are a loose and rocky unsealed surface.







Georges River Road
Kentlyn, NSW, 2560

Located 6.5K from Macquarie Fields

Macquarie Fields: Events

Free Skateboarding Lessons


Join in the fun at Macquarie Fields Skate Park with a free lesson held by Campbelltown City Council, in conjunction with Totem Skate School. This lesson offers local youth the chance to fine-tune their skateboarding skills.




Victoria Road
Macquarie Fields, NSW, 2564

Located 1.1K from Macquarie Fields

Lapidary Club Open Day


If you are interested in Lapidary, jewellery making or silver work, check out the club and work rooms of the Campbelltown and Districts Lapidary Club. Come along, have a look, and join them for a cuppa.

There will be rocks, gemstones, fossils, minerals, handcrafted jewellery, and market stalls, as well as opal cutting displays and a sausage sizzle, homemade cakes and slices, plus hot and cold drinks.


Event Dates
2016
      15th Oct


Lot 1 Bensley Road
Macquarie Fields, NSW, 2564

Located 1.1K from Macquarie Fields

Ladies Social Ride at Sydney Trail Riding Centre


The Sydney Trail Riding Centre offers their Ladies Social Club, where ladies can come together and enjoy the experience of horse riding, while building confidence between women and horses in a fun and safe environment. The ride is followed by morning tea in the 'Old Dairy'. Riders of all experience levels are welcome.




Lot 1 Campbelltown Road
Denham Court, NSW, 2565

Located 4.3K from Macquarie Fields

Way out West Festival for Children


The Way out West Festival for Children is South West Sydney's only contemporary arts festival for children aged 0-12.

Held in the July School Holidays 2016, the festival is completely free to attend and includes exhibitions, performances, film and workshops for children to completely immerse themselves in.

This year, the festival centres around the themes of journeys and discovery with artists from Sydney and around the country travelling in to bring you the best of contemporary art and innovation.




1 Powerhouse Road
Casula, NSW, 2170

Located 5.3K from Macquarie Fields

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