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Cambridge Park

Cambridge Park, New South Wales, Australia is located in the northern section of the City of Penrith. Cambridge Park is an older established suburb of residential housing on larger blocks. It is located north of Kingswood and Werrington. The smaller satelite suburbs of Cambridge Gardens, Werrington Downs and Werrington County are located to its north. Cambridge Park continued as a rural area for many years after the original land grant St Stephens was subdivided in the 1880s. By 1970, the area was populated and settled with urban housing. Cambridge Park is a dynamic suburb of Penrith with easy access to the many facilities in the City. Featuring close access to private and public schooling and an international sports stadium for basketball. For visitor Information contact the Penrith Valley Visitor Information Centre

Cambridge Park: Where To Go / Sightseeing

St Stephens Anglican Church

The foundation stone of St Stephens Anglican Church was laid in 1837, with the first service held in the courthouse. St Stephens is the 14th oldest church still in use in Australia and is of gothic design. The trig location of Penrith is taken from the north west corner of the church tower.

The historic cemetery behind the church is open at all times.

252 High Street
Penrith, NSW, 2750

Located 1.9K from Cambridge Park

UWS Penrith Observatory

UWS Penrith Observatory is located on the Werrington North Campus off the Great Western Highway and runs programs which include undergraduate teaching (image processing and analysis), family astronomy nights, HSC programs for schools, teachers' workshops, and astronomy for Indigenous students.

A visit to UWS Penrith Observatory can include listening to fascinating lectures on various aspects of astronomy and viewing through fully computerised telescopes. You can also come and listen to special lectures given by some of Australia's eminent and internationally recognised astronomers, physicists, and engineers.

University of Western Sydney,
Great Western Highway,
Penrith Campus, Building AO
Werrington, NSW, 2747

Located 1.9K from Cambridge Park

The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre

Named after Australia's most famous opera diva, this superb venue presents world class performances in music, theatre and dance.

The Joan is also home to the Penrith Conservatorium of Music, which provides quality music education for students of all ages and abilities; and the Q, which provides theatre training to young people aged five to eighteen, and people with a disability, as well as making innovative and community focused performances.

Ticket prices vary, see website for details.

597 High Street
Penrith South, NSW, 2750

Located 3.3K from Cambridge Park

Penrith Heritage Drive

Follow in the footsteps of Penrith's pioneering settlers. The Penrith Heritage Drive takes you through the historic Penrith region and follows the footsteps of the pioneering settlers.

The Drive takes you to more than 25 places in the greater Penrith region including the old power station, and churches and cemeteries. By following the Penrith Heritage Drive you will get to see a mix of urban and rural areas.

You can follow the drive from beginning to end, or mark up your own custom route on the map. Pick up a map from Penrith City Library and let your car do the rest!

601 High Street
Penrith, NSW, 2750

Located 3.3K from Cambridge Park

Footgolf Werrington

There's a new sport taking the world by storm and only one place in Western Sydney to play it.
Footgolf is the result of combining the popular sports of football (soccer) and golf, and the rules largely follow the rule of golf.

The Colonial Golf Course in Werrington is the only place in Western Sydney you can play this sport. Bring your family or friends and a enjoy a round of Footgolf. It's a fun, affordable and enjoyable sport for people of all ages and fitness levels.

Werrington Road
Werrington, NSW, 2747

Located 3.4K from Cambridge Park

Museum of Printing

The Penrith Museum of Printing is keeping the history of letterpress printing machinery and equipment alive.

Take a trip back with a visit to the Museum and check out one of the 23 working machines on display that date back over more than 100 years.

The Museum offers tours and workshops. It's open every Saturday for general viewing and demonstration. Not open on public holiday weekends. Group tours and courses available by appointment.

The Museum of Printing is located in the Penrith Showgrounds, close to other attractions, Penrith Panthers, shopping and restaurants.

Ransley Street
Penrith, NSW, 2750

Located 3.6K from Cambridge Park

Penrith Skatel

Penrith Skatel caters for both rollerskating and rollerblading enthusiasts. They provide general skating, learn to skate classes, artistic lessons, inline hockey, roller derby, birthday parties, group bookings, and school bookings.

Check the web site for session times. Great school holiday activity. Hire or bring your own skates. Even scooters and skateboards are welcome on Friday nights only. Fun family discos every Saturday night.

120 Russell Street
Emu Plains, NSW, 2750

Located 3.6K from Cambridge Park

Cambridge Park: Events

Jordan Springs Lakeside Markets

From homemade chocolates to scented candles and mouth-watering gozleme, the Jordan Springs Lakeside Markets are back.

Opening on Sunday 21 August at 9am, the markets offer residents and locals the opportunity to devour tasty treats, wander around the lakeside and enjoy a variety of local produce. Drawing crowds from all over, the Jordan Springs Lakeside Markets has a wide range of stalls including Keep it Short and Sweet, Magical Candles, Seed to Seal and Heavenly Inspired Designs.

Surrounded by the Wianamatta Regional Park, the markets provide a picturesque backdrop for residents and locals to wander the smorgasbord of options on offer.

For more information please visit our website.

Event Dates
      20th Nov
      18th Dec

Lakeside Parade
Jordan Springs, NSW, 2747

Located 2.6K from Cambridge Park

Doll Bear and Craft Fair

The Doll, Bear and Craft Fair has over 120 stalls undercover within the Museum of Fire main building.

It is the only time during the year that 15 major exhibits are removed from display. The Junior Firefighters training area remains open for kids along with the theatre and a number of other display areas. The popular playground and picnic area in the grounds of the Museum remain available and coffee, tea and a barbecue is available at the front door. Raffles are held during the day, drawn Sunday afternoon.

Featuring many stalls which include: dolls, accessories, porcelain dolls, living pottery, lace draping, wood turning, wooden toys and furniture, sewing items, knitted toys, teddy bears, teddy bear making supplies, scrapbooking supplies, eggs artistry, Christmas decorations, window colours, cottage craft and more.

The type of stalls change each year depending on bookings.

Event Dates
      29th Oct
      29th Oct
      30th Oct
      30th Oct
      30th Oct

1 Museum Drive
Penrith, NSW, 2750

Located 3.0K from Cambridge Park

Sydney International Rowing Regatta

Held at Penrith's Sydney 2000 Olympic rowing venue, Australia's largest rowing event features a week-long regatta with the world's best rowers competing in over 100 events. This will include the Australian Open Rowing Championships, Australian Open Schools Rowing Championships and the King's and Queen's Cups Interstate Regatta.

For more information please visit the Rowing Down Under website.

Event Dates
      27th Mar
      28th Mar
      29th Mar
      30th Mar
      31st Mar
      1st Apr
      2nd Apr

Castlereagh Rd
Penrith, NSW, 2750

Located 3.3K from Cambridge Park

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