Castlereagh, New South Wales, Australia is located east of the Nepean River north of Penrith.
This suburb is one of the most historic sites in Australia’s history, being one of Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s five towns founded in 1810. After two hundred years, the rich river flats continue to provide for a thriving agricultural industry along the Nepean River. Many of this district’s pioneering families originated from Castlereagh.
The suburb’s historical importance is reflected in its many surviving farmhouses, outbuildings, churches and cemeteries. Castlereagh Road is an important transport link connecting the Hawkesbury and Penrith regions.
The impact of the massive Penrith Lakes Scheme has, and will in the future, change the face of Castlereagh and its neighbouring suburbs.
Activites and Experiences at Castlereagh
- Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
Nearest Airport: Sydney Kingsford Smith Mascot
Accommodation In Castlereagh
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