Bargo, Pheasants Nest, Yanderra & Yerrinbool
Bargo is a fast growing area and is located about 90 kilometres south west of Sydney and 10 minutes south of Picton, at the southern end of the Wollondilly Shire.
Pheasants Nest is located between Bargo and Yerrinbool with convenient access to the M5 freeway.
Yanderra is located between Bargo and Yerrinbool with convenient access
to the M5 freeway.
Yerrinbool is one of the smaller villages of Wollondilly, located close to both Bargo and Yanderra and well known for it’s orchards and country atmosphere.
is a fast growing area and is located about 90 kilometres south west of Sydney and 10 minutes south of Picton, at the southern end of the Wollondilly Shire. While retaining a semi rural atmosphere, it is ideally located on the M5 Freeway.
Bargo incorporates scenic bushland and the spectacular Avon and Nepean Dams and is surrounded by locales including Pheasants Nest, Yanderra and Yerrinbool. Bargo attracts a diverse array of residents from young families to singles, professionals and seniors as it boasts a very large over 55’s village.
The main shopping hub includes an IGA Supermarket, Award Winning Butcher and Chinese Restaurant, Chemist etc. Bargo is also convenient to major centres of Campbelltown, Wollongong and Bowral in addition to the Wollondilly’s major shopping centres in both Picton and Tahmoor. There is also the option of a private school education in the area with Wollondilly Anglican College. Bargo offers great potential to both home owners and investors alike with solid rental returns and capital growth.
You may wish to visit 'Wirrimbirra' in Bargo.
Derived from the aboriginal word meaning sanctuary, this superb area has preserved some of the original Bargo playground of the infamous bushrangers. It now caters for visitors with cabin accommodation, provides bushwalking tracks, a commercial plant nursery and wildlife enclosure. It also incorporates the Dingo Sanctuary, a home and learning centre for our Australian native dog.
Bargo has the convenience of rail and bus services for commuters and is only 25 minutes drive to Campbelltown, 50 minutes to Sydney CBD, Kingsford Smith Airport and Port Botany. Bowral, Wollongong and the southern beaches are about 35 minutes away and Canberra is just over 2 hours drive away.
- Central shopping hub including IGA Supermarket
- Bargo Train Station
- Medical Services
- Bargo Sports Club
- Bargo Hotel
- Bargo Pie Shop & Cafe
- Bargo Sportsground
- Bargo-Yanderra Cycleway
It is a rural village and it was in the Bargo and Yanderra district that white settlers first recorded sightings of the koala, lyrebird and wombat. Ex-convict John Wilson, noted the three animals in his diary describing the lyrebird as a pheasant, hence the name Pheasants Nest. It has a north bound and south bound roadhouse on the Hume Highway.
It is a small rural village of Wollondilly, with orchards nearby and it retains the country atmosphere that people yearn for.
The name Yanderra comes from an Aboriginal word for Turpentine Tree. The new and popular Cycleway starts at Yanderra Public School and finishes at the Bargo Sportsground at Tylers Road Bargo, making travel easier between the two towns.
Yanderra is approximately 1 hours drive to Sydney CBD, Kingsford Smith Airport and Port Botany. While Wollongong and the southern beaches are less than 35 minutes away and approximately 2 hours drive from Canberra.
Sydney Food Lovers have even boasted about the popular ‘Tennessee Orchard’ based in Yerrinbool. Offering seasonal produce to the public, the orchard is famously known for their succulent range of apples. It is also one of the featured fresh producers of the Wollondilly area, part of the New South Wales Farm Gate tour guides.
Yerrinbool is approximately 1 hours drive to Sydney CBD, Kingsford Smith Airport and Port Botany. While Wollongong and the southern beaches are less than 35 minutes away, Mittagong only 15 minutes drive and just over 2 hours drive from Canberra.