REDISCOVER LIVERPOOL CITY – YOU’LL BE SURPRISED…
Situated on the Cumberland Plain with the Nepean River in the west and the Georges River winding through the City Centre to the south, Liverpool City has a wealth of magnificent outdoor spaces to explore. Stunning Chipping Norton Lakes is a peaceful oasis from the bustle of the city.
The Lakes have numerous parks along their shores offering a range of boating options, cycling and walking tracks, BBQ facilities and children’s playgrounds. Further west is Bents Basin State Conservation Area, a popular spot for Sydney day-trippers and those looking for a short camping weekend away.
The Basin forms a tranquil deep waterhole, where visitors can enjoy numerous water-based activities such as fishing, swimming and canoeing. For the more adventurous, Helles Park is home to the best barefoot water ski location in the southern hemisphere, with major events held annually.
With Liverpool’s history dating back to the earliest years of settlement in NSW, the city has a wealth of historical locations. Many of these locations, such as the Francis Greenway designed St Luke’s Anglican Church, are located within the CBD creating an informal ‘heritage walk’.
Liverpool also has one of the best heritage libraries in the state, which is open to residents and visitors alike.
Alternatively, take a walk back in time through the Liverpool Regional Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions on the social and cultural history of the area.
Change your mind with a visit to the world-class Casula Powerhouse.
With a 326-seat theatre, state-of-the-art exhibition spaces and parklands, the arts centre offers something for everyone. From shopping and dining options, to hotels and motels, to Warwick Farm Racecourse, there are many more sides to Liverpool to be explored.
For further information about things to see and do in Liverpool or a copy of the Liverpool City Visitors Guide
or Heritage Guide, visit
or call 1300 36 2170.