Your Journey Into World Heritage Your Journey Into World Heritage  

Find out more about the features, attractions and landscapes of Macarthur and the Southern Highlands.

Nature Study

The 416 hectare Mount Annan Botanic Garden was opened in 1988 and will eventually have most of Australia's 25,000 plant species on display.

Information signs on natural and cultural heritage are also displayed at Thirlmere Lakes, Wollondilly Lookout and Wombeyan Caves.

As well as the larger conservation reserves of the region, there is the National Trust's Wirrimbirra Sanctuary and the Dingo Sanctuary, both at Bargo, Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve at Moss Vale and Robertson Nature Reserve at Robertson - great places to discover something new about native plants and wildlife.