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Woodcroft: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to one of Australia's most comprehensive collections of native wildlife. Cuddle up to a Koala at no extra charge, and hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies. Located at Doonside, en route to the famous Blue Mountains, Featherdale is Sydney's 'hands on' wildlife experience.

From the initial greeting by the swaggie at the entrance to the park, visitors are invited to take a walk on the wild side and meet over 1,700 animals from more than 280 different species. As well as numerous Koalas and Kangaroos, features include face-to-face encounters with all kinds of wildlife including Wallabies, Emus, an amazingly diverse range of birds and 40 species of reptiles in the Reptilian Pavilion.

You will also get the chance to encounter some more unexpected highlights such as Bettongs, Little Penguins, Wombats, a 4.5 metre Saltwater Crocodile and 30 species of endangered or vulnerable animals including Bilbies.

217 Kildare Road
Doonside, NSW, 2767

Located 1.4K from Woodcroft

Nurragingy Reserve

A sprawling natural bushland reserve of more than 84 hectares and offers picnic and barbecue areas, children's playgrounds, bush walking tracks, formal garden areas, the Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens, a water splash area, picturesque lake and water spray. Wonderful place for family gatherings.

The entrance is off Knox Road, Doonside. Car and bus parking are available inside the Reserve in designated parking areas. It is a short walk from Doonside Railway Station, down Cross Street and across Knox Road.

Nurragingy Reserve,
Knox Road
Doonside, NSW, 2767

Located 1.7K from Woodcroft

Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens

Located within Nurragingy Reserve, Doonside, this exquisite garden was cooperatively designed and constructed by Blacktown City Council and Liaocheng Municipal Government in China, as a symbolic gesture of friendship between the two sister cities.

The garden was named the Chang Lai Yuan, which was derived by adopting one character from each of the names Dongchang, which is the former name of the City of Liaocheng and Blacktown, when translated from Chinese (Bu Lai Ke Cheng). Yuan is the Chinese translation for 'garden'.

The architectural style of the structures within the garden is based on the Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty in China, and feature a Gateway, Seven Arch Stone Bridge, Light Mountain Pavillion and a Waterfall Gazebo. Very picturesque, stunning and relaxing.

Knox Road
Doonside, NSW, 2767

Located 2.1K from Woodcroft

Blacktown International Sportspark

Developed as a major playing and training venue for Athletics, Baseball and Softball for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Blacktown International Sportspark, formerly Blacktown Olympic Park, has continued to grow and develop, welcoming AFL, Cricket and the International Goalkeepers Academy to the 'family' over the past 16 years.

Owned by Blacktown City Council and managed by Blacktown Venue Management Ltd, the venue is utilised by a range of elite sporting groups including the Sydney Blue Sox Australian Baseball League team and the Western Sydney Wanderers FC who are based at the venue.

The Sportspark hosts 3700 events which attract half a million visitors each year.

Blacktown International Sportspark,
Eastern Road
Rooty Hill, NSW, 2766

Located 2.8K from Woodcroft

Blacktown Visitor Information and Heritage Centre

Formerly the first public school to open in Blacktown, this wonderfully restored 1877 building now houses a quaint little Visitor Information Centre. Warm and friendly staff will welcome you and assist with information about the City of Blacktown and the surrounding area. It also houses a quiet exhibition space which displays items on the history of Blacktown and a small shop space, which sells souvenirs.

Flushcombe Road
Blacktown, NSW, 2148

Located 3.2K from Woodcroft

Blacktown Arts Centre

Blacktown Arts Centre (BAC) is an exciting and innovative contemporary multi-arts facility located in the Blacktown central business district. The Arts Centre presents a curated program of exhibitions, performances, workshops and events with a primary focus on arts development.

BAC is active in developing new audiences and new experiences for audiences. Taking great pride in providing access to world quality performances and events the Arts Centre supports artists in experimenting with their art forms.

BAC cultivates partnerships with key cultural organisations to develop arts activity in the region by ensuring projects are adequately resourced, artistically challenging and critically responsive.

The Arts Centre has a firm commitment to exploring the best, most dynamic and culturally diverse work in Western Sydney and in promoting it as a vital part of Australian contemporary arts practice.

78 Flushcombe Road
Blacktown, NSW, 2148

Located 3.3K from Woodcroft

Woodcroft: Events

My Lords and Ladies Medieval Fayre

Get ready to step back in time to the dark world of your medieval ancestors, featuring colourful pavilions, combat displays, period jewellery making, and wonderful displays at Nurragingy Reserve.

The 'International Jousting Competition' will once again be the highlight of the event, with riders from Australia, New Zealand and England all seeking to claim the prestigious title.

The weekend will also feature regal pageantry from the past; Kings and Queens, Lords and Ladies and Knights in full armour.

Visitors will experience the excitement of living history at its best. Bring a picnic or purchase your lunch and enjoy a great family day out.

Event Dates
      20th May
      21st May

Knox Road
Doonside, NSW, 2767

Located 1.7K from Woodcroft

World Baseball Classic Qualifier Sydney

Since it was first held in 2006, the World Baseball Classic (WBC) has established itself as the sport's premiere international showcase. Featuring the world's greatest baseball talents competing for their home countries, the WBC's fourth instalment opens play in 2017.

Before the tournament field is set, Team Australia will clash with New Zealand, South Africa and the Philippines in qualifying play at Sydney's Blacktown International Sportspark. Australia are aiming for their fourth trip to the WBC and to take the next step in chasing a truly global crown.

Special packages and single-game tickets are on sale now. For more information or to purchase your seats, visit the website, or contact the Australian Baseball League office on the phone number or email address provided.

Blacktown International Sportspark,
81 Eastern Road
Rooty Hill, NSW, 2766

Located 2.4K from Woodcroft

Blacktown City Festival

The Blacktown City Festival Week will be held in May 2017 at various locations and events around the Blacktown Local Government area!

Opening the week, on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May, will be the famous, Blacktown City Medieval Fayre at Nurragingy Reserve, where you will see the reserve transformed into a medieval extravaganza!

The week with conclude with the Streets Alive and Parade Day in the Blacktown central business district on Saturday, 27 May!

The 2016 Festival week program was a great success with in excess of over 150,000 participants at over 28 events!

The 2017 Festival week program is looking to be even bigger and better with a range of events for people from all ages and interests!

Event Dates
      20th May
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      21st May
      22nd May
      23rd May
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      27th May
      28th May

Main Street
Blacktown, NSW, 2148

Located 3.4K from Woodcroft

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