Located in the Upper Hunter Region, on the banks of Glenbawn Dam this beautiful park is just 15 minutes from Scone. With a spectacular rural backdrop, this spacious park offers facilities for day visitors and holiday guests. It is a perfect oasis from which to explore the fine wineries of the famous Hunter Valley. The diverse wildlife and bushland at this park is anature lovers delight. The bush is home to over 100 species of native birdsthat richly reward the patience of the many birdwatchers and photographers that regularly visit the park. Bushwalkers can adventure all day on the variety of walks, with walks to suit almost everyone. The excellent facilities include picnic areas, BBQs, playgrounds and tennis courts, all that is needed for a great family fun day out, weekend escape or relaxing holiday. Lake Glenbawn is one of the best freshwater fishing spots in NSW. Hunt the famous and elusive big bass or cast a line and fish for golden perch and catfish. Water sports are popular at Lake Glenbawn and there is plenty of water to explore. Canoeing and kayaking, pleasure boating, sailing. SUP, water skiing and wake boarding. What ever your pleasure in water sports Lake Glenbawn has you covered.
Park entry fees apply for all vehicles entering the park & is not included in your accommodation tariff. Please contact park for details
. Buffs of Australian movies will appreciate the nearby village of Gundy that featured in The Shiralee (from the D'Arcy Niland novel). Other activities include: walking, water skiing, swimming, sailing, mountain biking, fishing, canoeing, and bird watching
Native animals, birds
Scone Horse Festival, early May
Aberdeen Highland Games, early July
The Burning Mountain where a sulphur seam burns, thought to have been ignited by lightning
Barrington Tops National Park