Frere's Crossing is a part of the Georges River Nature Reserve. A very light grade bushwalk will take you through some beautiful bushland to the Georges River. Filled with native flora, including Gymea lilies, fuchsia heath and grevilleas among others nestled between scribbly gums and grey gums.
Take a look at the remains of the Frere's Crossing Bridge, named after early settler George Pierre Frere, or just sit and relax and enjoy the tranquil beauty that surrounds you.
Contact the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre for a copy of the Georges River Bushwalking Guide, featuring information on Frere's Crossing and the other areas to visit along the Georges River.