Glenbrook is located 67 kilometres west of Sydney, the eastern gateway to the Blue Mountains and the entry point to Glenbrook National Park. Offering bushwalking, mountain biking and picnics at Euroka Clearing, Glenbrook has untouched landscapes and spectacular lookouts.
Explore the areas walking tracks leading to waterholes on Glenbrook Creek, lookouts at Tunnel View and Mount Portal and Red Hands Cave.
Glenbrook Village is a charming village with unique shops and a variety of lovely cafes to choose from.
Visit the famous “Aitkens in the Round” painted Australian Panorama located in Wascoe Street.
For information about the region, call into Glenbrook Visitor Centre located on the Great Western Highway. Open from 8.30am, seven days a week.