The Wollondilly Shire....
Approximately 70km south west of Sydney, the Wollondilly Shire stretches from Bargo and Yanderra in the south, Appin and Menangle in the East, Warragamba and Nattai in the North and Burragorang Valley in the West, covering 2,560 square kilometres.
The area is rich with rural pastures, rolling hills, historic buildings interspersed with various tourist spots. Home to around 48,000 residents (as of 2015), Wollondilly is often referred to as the 'Foothills of the Southern Highlands'. Approximately 727 hectares of Wollondilly is beautiful open spaces and reserves, while more than half of the Shire comprises of national parks and sensitive water catchment lands. We enjoy an area blessed with natural beauty while being only 1 hour (approximately) from the centre of Sydney via the freeway.
Due to increasing interest and subsequent development, Wollondilly (and the Macarthur region overall) is expanding to eventually become another regional city in NSW.
For further information regarding the Growth Strategy for Wollondilly, please peruse the following website:- http://www.wollondilly.nsw.gov.au/planning-and-development/growth-in-wollondilly/