The Macarthur region, in South West Sydney, has long been associated with food, from the original Dharawal people who thrived on land adjacent to the Nepean River; to the First Fleet’s herd of cattle that escaped from Sydney Cove and didn’t stop until they found the same lush river flats; to John Macarthur, who, after negotiating a land grant in the “Cowpastures” developed Camden Park Estate, launching Australia’s wool, wheat and wine industries.
Today Macarthur is home to some fantastic restaurants like Enzo’s and Kyubi, to name just a few long standing local favourites. With the emergent of new suburbs like Gregory Hills, we have seen new flavours including the Middle Eastern Manousheh, the Asian Golden Triangle, and the Adriatic inspired Peca. Visitors and locals alike are spoilt for choice!
Not only are there superb restaurants, we have a few wineries that are worth checking out too, including Razorback Ridge and Gledswood. Both properties run market days, farm days, pizza and jazz days, and a cellar door so check out their websites and contact us to customise your package around your preferred event.
There are a range of accommodation options available across the Macarthur and Wollondilly areas to suit all tastes and budgets. If you’re interested in visiting a few venues why not stay the weekend? We’d love to have you!