Ingleburn Reserve is located on the Georges River and contains the historic Ingleburn Weir. The weir was constructed in the late 1930’s to provide a swimming area for the local community. It has a high heritage significance due to its sandstone structure and enhanced fish passage into the river system. The bush land is spectacular and is classed a “Shale Sandstone Transition Forest” which is considered endangered. The forest is also home to a range of native birds, some marsupials and other small mammals and reptiles.
Bring the family for a fun day out, with picnic tables, play equipment and an amenities block, you have everything you need. Fancy a bushwalk? Ingleburn Reserve Walking Trail is a medium grade 400 metre return walk. There are sandstone steps and some loose, rocky, unsealed surface.
Click here to download a copy of the Georges River Bushwalking Guide. Alternatively contact the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre to receive a copy.
NOTE: The George’s River Nature Reserve is home to a healthy Koala population. Let’s keep them safe, always keep your dog on a lead and pick up all droppings before leaving.