Wollondilly, on the south western outskirts of Sydney and at the foothills of the Southern Highlands, is surrounded by spectacular natural beauty and rural pastures.
Its 2,560 square kilometres stretch from Bargo in the south, Appin and Menangle in the east, Warragamba in the north with the Nattai wilderness, Yerranderie and Burragorang Valley to the west.
Wollondilly is rich in Indigenous and European history, with the earliest inhabitants being the Gundangurra and Tharawal people.
At one time The Oaks was the administrative centre of Wollondilly and it is here you will find The Wollondilly Heritage Centre. Other historic towns include Picton, Menangle, Appin and Warragamba.
Did you know there are 34 towns and villages in the Shire and Thirlmere is home to the NSW Rail Museum, Australia's largest collection of heritage rolling stock, state-of-the-art facilities, interactive exhibits for children and a great range of events including a Day Out With Thomas.
Find out more about what you can see and do. Visit Wollondilly today.
Rich in living history, romantic locations and fun activities, Wollondilly is the perfect destination for couples, families and groups.
Wollondilly is a popular destination for visitors, yet the name is often unfamiliar until memories stir with the mention of more prominent features such as Razorback Range and Burragorang Valley or towns like Picton, Appin and Warragamba.
Wollondilly Shire is made up of 34 towns and villages, each with it's own distinct and unique features.
Wollondilly Shire Council is pleased to provide RV Dump points at the following locations:
The Wollondilly Destination Management Plan was developed with extensive community consultation and was undertaken by Stafford Strategy including group and one-on-one consultation with Wollondilly businesses, residents, Councillors, tourism stakeholders, community groups, State Government and council staff. This plan for Wollondilly as a destination was adopted by Council in October 2018.