The Sydney International Regatta Centre offers superior facilities and a large-scale festival venue. Set on 178 hectares of picturesque parklands and bush with views of the lower Blue Mountains, it has one of the best rowing and sprint kayak courses in the world.
Penrith Whitewater Stadium was the competition venue for the canoe/kayak slalom events during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. It is the only man-made whitewater course of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. Available from September to June for guided whitewater rafting, self-guided whitewater rafting, whitewater kayaking and kayak instruction, Other facilities include beach volleyball court and Cafe.
Penrith Lakes Environment Education Centre is located inside the Penrith Lakes Scheme and adjacent to the Sydney International Regatta Centre. The unique location of the centre provides students with an opportunity to study industrial and urban development. Programs focus on the environmental management aspects of a massive quarrying and rehabilitation operation.
A unique and exciting experience in the heart of Penrith. Narrow Escape Rooms offer great fun activities for all types of groups. Their team building events promote teamwork, communication and problem solving skills!
Visit https://narrowesc.com.au/ for more information
Explore the drama and danger of firefighting and learn about the history of fighting fires. Home to an impressive collection of firefighting vehicles, equipment and memorabilia. The fun learning and play area is perfectly designed for junior firefighters.
Visit https://www.museumoffire.net for more information
Sydney's newest outdoor go karting centre providing high-speed fun for all. A rookie circuit has been specially designed for kids 8-14 years while bigger kids (and adults) can go head to head on the adrenaline pumping pro circuit.
Visit https://www.luddenhamraceway.com for more information
Explore the unique local heritage around Penrith and at Castlereagh one of the five original Macquarie Towns. Visit the early pioneer cemetery or take take out to admire the 1847 Castlereagh Chapel.
Explore the many adventure activities, attractions, galleries, cinemas and experiences on offer within the Blue Mountains. Things like 4WD tours; abseiling, rocksports and cycling; Horse riding and guided tours; Day Spas and Health & Fitness; Arts, Crafts, Galleries & Antiques; Festivals and Events.