Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures

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 Glenworth Valley, Australia's largest horse riding and outdoor adventure centre.

Set on 3,000 acres of unspoilt wilderness, Glenworth Valley is just one hour north of Sydney's CBD. Australia's largest outdoor activity centre features horse riding, quad biking, kayaking, abseiling, laser skirmish and much more.

Glenworth Valley is fast becoming one of greater-Sydney's most popular camping destinations with kilometres of riverfront sites. Adding to its prestigious reputation, There are two beautiful Eco-Cabins that are perfect for couples and families and Glenworth Valley also runs Australia's only Bear Gryll's Survivor Courses.

Glenworth Valley has won numerous awards for excellence, including the 2014 NSW State Tourism Award (Bronze - Adventure Tourism) and Hall of Fame at the 2014 Hunter Tourism Awards after winning the Adventure Tourism category for three years running.

Adventure activities include:

  • free range or guided horse riding with over 200 horses suitable for all ability levels
  • quad biking through the rainforest to a purpose built quad biking track
  • kayaking
  • abseiling
  • laser skirmish
  • corporate team building activities
  • camping


All activities are suitable for individuals, couples, families, groups or anyone with a love of fun and adventure and are suited to groups both large and small. All activities are suitable for all ability levels, with full instruction provided.

Explore a diverse range of natural environments, including lush green valleys, open pasture lands, tall eucalypts and impressive rock formations. Experience the natural rockpools in the upper reaches of the valley or follow Popran Creek as it meanders its way towards the magnificent Hawkesbury River.

Extend your stay and experience the ambience of the valley by camping overnight in our picturesque riverside camping grounds.

There's something on offer for everyone at Glenworth Valley.

Open: 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Directions: Travelling from Sydney on the M1: 14km north after the Hawkesbury River Bridge, take the Peats Ridge exit and follow all the signs leading to Peats Ridge. The Glenworth Valley turnoff is 3km off the Peats Ridge Exit;
Travelling from Central Coast on the M1: 2km after the Mooney Mooney Creek Bridge take the Peats Ridge Exit and follow all the signs to Peats Ridge. The Glenworth Valley turnoff is 4km after the Peats Ridge exit.

Details at a Glance

  • 02 4375 1222
  • from $75

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