Glenworth Valley is a scenic 3000 acre property surrounded by National Park in the Central Coast hinterland. It is just 40 minutes south of The Entrance by car.
Glenworth Valley is renowned for its outdoor activities including horse riding, quad biking, kayaking, abseiling, laser skirmish and camping. Experienced guides are on hand to fit you out with the right equipment and give you their expert knowledge.
The crystal waters of Popran Creek run through the valley towards the Hawkesbury River. There is a range of natural environments from open pastures, lush rainforest, dramatic rock formations and towering ancient eucalypts. The valley is rich in native fauna including wallabies, goannas, king parrots, lyrebirds and kookaburras.
Glenworth Valley has a small kiosk operating on weekends selling a variety of foods including pies, sausage rolls, sandwiches, cakes and coffee. If you would like to bring your own picnic or BBQ supplies there are picnic facilities and wood fired BBQs located along the creek. There are also vending machines with drinks and snacks.
To get to Glenworth Valley from The Entrance, head onto the M1 and take the Calga/Peats Ridge exit (2km after the Mooney Mooney Bridge). The Glenworth Valley exit is 4km after the Peats Ridge exit.
Glenworth Valley is open 7 days a week from 8.30am to 5pm.
Their address is 69 Cooks Road, Glenworth Valley.
Contact (02) 4375 1222 or