Windsor Heritage Highlights Self Guided Walk

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Windsor is located about 50 kilometres north-west of Sydney and is one of the oldest European settlements in Australia. The historic charm of Windsor can be explored on self-guided heritage walks.

Today you can explore the beautiful town famous for it’s many heritage buildings with some being designed by the convict architect Sir Francis Greenway, for example St Matthews Anglican Church, and The Windsor Courthouse. Don’t forget to explore St Matthews Cemetery to find the graves of notable Hawkesbury citizens including John Tebbutt, Dr Thomas Arndell, Captain John Babryn, William Cox and others.

You can pick up your free Heritage Highlights booklet from either the Hawkesbury Regional Museum in Baker Street Windsor or from the Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre on Hawkesbury Valley Way, Richmond.
Please note that many buildings are privately owned and are not open to the public.

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