The Georges River Nature Reserve is filled with beautiful scenery, European heritage sites and a rich Indigenous history.
The Georges River is a highly significant landscape feature of the Sydney region with most of Macarthur's biodiversity found within the reserve, including an active and healthy Koala colony.
The area is popular for bushwalking and recreational activities. Frere's Crossing Reserve, Keith Longhurst Reserve, Ingleburn Reserve and Simmo's Beach Reserve all feature walks and access to the river.
Click here to download a copy of the Georges River Bushwalking Guide. Alternatively contact the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre to receive a copy.