Glenworth Valley is situated in a deep valley in the hinterland region behind the Central Coast, a leisurely 30 minute drive from the resort. 3000 acres of unspoilt wilderness with 50 kms of private trails to explore.
The valley is nestled amongst thousands of acres of National Park and along the way you will ride through a range of environments including lush green valleys, open pastures, impressive rock formations and tall eucalypts. Popran Creek, the purest tributary to the Hawkesbury river, runs the length of the valley and visitors can refresh with a swim in the natural rock pools. The valley is also home to many species of native flora and fauna including wallabies, several species of reptiles, bellbirds, kookaburras and lyrebirds.
Cooks Road, Peats Ridge , New South Wales, 2250, Australia
(02) 4375 1222