An Overview of Some of the Attractions of the Oberon Region
The Oberon Region has many attractions. From historic landmarks to visit, nearby National Parks, Rivers, Lakes and Waterways through to the famous Jenolan Caves, You can even go Wine Tasting at the local vineyard.
You can fish for Brown or Rainbow Trout in Lake Oberon & other local streams or play a round at the beautiful Oberon Golf Course.
Other Attractions include the Mayfield Gardens set on 160 acres, the Falkirk Farm Gardens & The Gairloch Gardens. There are also the Abercrombie Caves, guided 4WD tours and of course, the V8 Motor Racing at nearby Bathurst.
There really is a great deal to see and do in Oberon and its surrounding region.
An Overview of Some of the Nearby National Parks
There are a couple of Stunning National Parks near Oberon. They are well worth a visit, and some of the sightseeing opportunities include beautiful rock formations, rain forests, beautiful waterways, natural flora and fauna, guided 4WD tours and more.
Some of the national parks close by include: The Kanangra-Boyd National Park with its stunning lookouts, the Abercrombie River National Park and the Blue Mountains National Park. A little further out there are also the Gardens of Stone National Park, Turon National Park, and Wollemi National Park.
There are also many great bush-walking opportunities in the surrounding National Parks as well as famous landmarks such as the Three Sisters rock formation & Oberon is a great place to use as a base for your Exploration.
An Overview of Some of the Activities Available in the Oberon Region
With the abundance of varying landscapes and close proximity to the Blue Mountains and the Jenolan & Abercrombie Caves, Oberon is ideally placed to provide a great range of activities for your enjoyment.
Some of the activities on offer include: Fly Fishing, Hiking, Bush Walking, Camping, Visiting National Parks, Golf and Other Sports, Scenic Flights and 4WD Tours, just to name a few.
There are also many other things to see and do in the local area and information on these can be found by visiting the local Visitors Information Centre, or by visiting www.oberonaustralia.com.au.
View Some of Oberon's Historical Landmarks
One of Oberon's most significant buildings is Ramsgate, a two-storey Victorian private residence built in 1906.
Other significant heritage buildings include the Convent, the St Barnabas Anglican Church, built in 1869, and the Art Deco Malachi Gilmore Hall built in 1937
The Oberon Museum has an excellent collection of items of local historical interest and is open to the public by appointment. The Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway also houses some excellent historical items including historic photos. There is also a self-guided Tarana Valley Tour map which can be accessed via their website at www.othr.com.au