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Razorback

Razorback is part of Wollondilly Shire and is known for its high steep hills. At the top of Razorback is a panoramic lookout over Picton, Cawdor Valley, Camden and Sydney. These areas were used in scenes and backdrops from some of Australia's earliest black and white films ""Smiley"" and ""Smiley Gets a Gun"" with Chips Rafferty.

Razorback is the site for the historic Anthony Horden's Tree ""While I Live I'll Grow"" and was also made famous with the Truckies Blockade in the 70's where there is now a monument to the event.

Razorback: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Antill Park Country Golf Club


Enjoy this beautiful par 70 golf course, relax in the original 1863 homestead of John Macquarie Antill, and enjoy a drink at the bar or lunch in the bistro. Facilities include a pro shop and motorised covered golf buggies. Please book to avoid disappointment. Corporate and private functions are also catered for.




Jarvisfield Road
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 3.0K from Razorback

Picton Bowling Club


The Picton Bowling Club strives to serve and satisfy their members and guests from throughout the Wollondilly Shire and visiting areas. Located just 90 kilometres south west of Sydney, the club is the place to be with a renewed Brasserie, live entertainment each weekend and plenty of activities for the young and old.

At Picton Bowling Club they run Bingo every Monday morning and every Wednesday evening, line dancing and pool competitions every Tuesday night (conditions apply) and free trivia with a cash jackpot each Thursday night .

Rooms are available for weddings and functions. Bookings are essential. Kids' discos are held every second Sunday. The courtesy bus runs every Friday and Saturday night from 5pm until late, servicing a variety of areas in the Wollondilly Shire.




56 Argyle Street
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 3.8K from Razorback

Picton Botanical Gardens


Take a relaxing break in these picturesque surrounding with many walking tracks and cycling trails. The Park provides push button barbecues, wet weather/shade shelters for up to 50 people, clean bathrooms with disabled access and playground equipment for the kids.

At the northern boundary you will see a walking path through to the tennis courts and oval. Follow the path until you reach the beginning of the cycle way, a nine kilometre return walk or ride on a flat surface.

Parking for cars and coaches is available at RSL Park or on Regreme Road.

Weddings and functions can also be held at Picton Botanic Gardens. Bookings can be made through Wollondilly Shire Council.







Regreme Road
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 3.9K from Razorback

Picton Karting Track


Push the pedal to the metal, full acceleration, green lights and you're on your way to an extreme adrenaline rush on four wheels.

With different packages on offer and every lap timed, Picton Karting Track will test your ability.

Unleash the speed demon in you, challenge yourself, chase your friends or let your friends chase you.

See you trackside.




200 Picton Road
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 4.1K from Razorback

Victoria Bridge over Stonequarry Creek


Bridges are not just functional; they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Victoria Bridge over Stonequarry Creek.

This is a one way bridge for traffic with height restrictions.

Victoria Bridge officially opened in 1897; it is 82.3 metres long and is of three spans of 27.4 metres. The height to the top of the truss is 31.4 metres.

This is the second oldest Allan truss bridge built in New South Wales, and one of the largest of its type. The 60 foot (18 metre) high timber trestles are the tallest in New South Wales.

The Victoria Bridge is classified by the National Trust of Australia.




Prince Street
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 4.7K from Razorback

Picton Railway Viaduct


Viewed from the surrounding parkland, the Railway Viaduct over Stonequarry Creek is a picturesque site located at the end of Webster Street, Picton, which also has some historic old houses.

It was built of sandstone between 1863 and 1867 at a time when John Whitton was responsible for railway construction in New South Wales. This excellent example of railway viaduct design is 84 metres long and has five arches, the highest measuring 30 metres.

Close to Picton railway station, it was built for two lines of track and although it is not the first railway viaduct built in the state, it is considered unique because it is the oldest still in use today.




Picton Avenue
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 5.3K from Razorback

Razorback: Events

Picton Markets


Picton Markets (formerly Creative Traders Markets) are held on the first Sunday of the month. They provide an opportunity to purchase local fresh produce direct from the farmer and locally produced hand made items.

Produce includes vegetables, honey, fruits, home made jams and chutneys, lavender, olive products, breads and more.

Artworks on offer include jewellery, quilting, glass art, paintings, unique gifts and more.

Entertainment and art space for sale of local artwork.




Wollondilly Shire Hall,
Menangle Street
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 4.0K from Razorback

Progressive Wine Lunch - Macarthur


Macarthur's Progressive Wine Lunch is held in and around Camden and includes a visit to three venues. Starters are at Fussy Grape Winery, main meal is at Trattoria La Vigna Restaurant and dessert is at Razorback Ridge Wines. Wine tasting is included at all venues and a glass of wine is included with mains and dessert. Please note that this is a self-drive experience.

Bookings essential




20 Dawson Road
Menangle, NSW, 2568

Located 5.2K from Razorback

Razorback Ridge Wines Open Weekends


Sit back and relax with a view of the vineyards, while enjoying some of Macarthur's finest wines at Razorback Ridge Wines. The Macarthur area has been referred to as the birthplace of the Australian wine industry. It was named after John and Elizabeth Macarthur who were pioneers and founders in both the wool and wine industries.


Event Dates
2016
      11th Dec
      17th Dec
      18th Dec


20 Dawson Road
Menangle, NSW, 2569

Located 5.2K from Razorback

Razorback: Travel Tips

Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre


Due to the recent storm and water damage The Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre is temporarily located in the foyer area of the Wollondilly Shire Council building at 62 - 64 Menangle Rd, Picton.
The centre is open Monday to Friday only with operating hours 8am - 4pm

The 2016 Wollondilly Visitor Guide is now available; call in for a copy or phone the number provided for a copy to be posted to you.

The Wollondilly Visitor Information Centre can provide maps, information on attractions, free activities such as history walks and bushwalks, entry prices to venues so you can plan your budget, and vital details such as opening hours.

They are an agent for NSW Fisheries and they are also an agent to sell NPWS Park Passes.

Remember Visitor Information Centres are not just for tourists, they are also here to assist locals with their needs and offer local advice to new residents in the area.




62-64 Menangle Street
Picton, NSW, 2571

Located 4.0K from Razorback

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