Thirlmere, Lakesland & Mowbray Park
Thirlmere is a welcoming outer lying village of the Wollondilly Shire that offers a relaxing lifestyle.
Lakesland and Mowbray Park are only 12 minutes to Picton and well known as fresh food producers.
Thirlmere’s heritage includes Australia’s largest rail experience, the NSW Rail Museum and Thirlmere Lakes National Park, both popular tourist attractions. In March of each year, Thirlmere celebrates with the annual ‘Thirlmere Festival of Steam' that commences with the traditional start of the steam season and it remains Australia’s largest rail heritage festival. The 'Festival of Steam' attracts around 30,000 people!
Only 5 minutes from Tahmoor and close to major shopping conveniences, Thirlmere is able to offer a semi rural atmosphere with sought after facilities.
It is only 40 minutes drive to Campbelltown, 1 hour to Sydney CBD, Kingsford Smith Airport and Port Botany. Wollongong and the southern beaches are about 50 minutes away and Canberra is approximately 2 hours drive away.
- Tahmoor Town Centre – main shopping hub
- Thirlmere Train Station (for steam train use only)
- Thirlmere Sportsground
- NSW Rail Museum
- Loop Line Pies & Thirlmere Pub
Welcome to Thirlmere NSW Rail Museum
Lakesland & Mowbray Park
Lakesland and Mowbray Park are well known for being producers of fresh produce including stone fruits, apples, persimmons, citrus, vegetables, flowers, beef and poultry as well as leisure activities like horse riding and farmstay accommodation.
Serviced by the facilities available in The Oaks, Thirlmere and Picton Primary Schools with secondary education available via Picton High School.
Lakesland and Mowbray Park are around 1 hours drive to Sydney CPD, Kingsford Smith Airport and Port Botany.
Mowbray Park House Mowbray Park Produce