Cattai National Park

Cattai National Park
From Sydney:
57kms   ·  60 mins by car

Cattai National Park

Stunning National Park situated on the beautiful Hawkesbury River. Originally occupied by the Dharug people, it has aboriginal axe grinding sites, rock engravings and Aboriginal art sites. The Park also offers colonial history with Cattai Farmhouse, built in 1821 by the Arndell family. Camping, picnic grounds, walks, lookout also available. Guided tours every Sunday afternoon of historic Cattai homestead. See also the listing for Mitchell Park.

Picnic shed available with BBQs, shelters, shade and ample firewood. Shelters may be booked by groups. Field study centre provides educational tours on physical and social geography, Aboriginal studies, Australian history, biology, earth sciences and river studies. Camp grounds available when pre booked, includes hot showers. Cattai National Park also incorporates Mitchell Park.

How To Get Here..

Located mid-way between Windsor and Wisemans Ferry on Wisemans Ferry Road. Entrance located just north of Cattai Creek Bridge on the river side.

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