Cattai NP Accommodation

55 km north-west of Sydney, 13 km north of Windsor off the Cattai-Wisemans Ferry road (unpaved sections). Highlights: The Cattai Farm area, originally a land grant to First Fleet assistant surgeon Thomas Arndell, features Arndell's 1821 cottage, historic grain silos and ruins of a windmill believed to be the oldest industrial building in NSW. In a separate section, nearby Mitchell Park features a variety of plant communities, including rare riverine rainforest. Activities: Cattai Farm has grassy picnic areas, barbecues and shelter sheds beside the Hawkesbury River, and car-based camping is available year round (bookings essential). Mitchell Park has an extensive network of walking tracks, and there are picnic areas with barbecues beside scenic Cattai Creek.

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Jerimuda Bed & Breakfast

Jerimuda B&B boasts three spacious self-contained double bedrooms, all with spa. Each room has a tranquil, serene feel with french doors opening onto our deep verandah. Set on 37 acres in secluded bush. Jerimuda has boat access and mooring facilities enabling you to explore the Hawkesbury by day to return to the comfort and warmth of our award winning guesthouse in the evening.