26 Jul 2020

Sports and Activities

From golf to yoga, theres an activity available for everyone.

Lynwood Country Club | Pitt Town

 
Lynwood Golf is situated at Pitt Town which is one of the 5 historic towns established by Governor Macquarie in 1810. It is located about 50km north-west of Sydney. Lynwood takes its name from historic Lynwood House, a colonial-style house built circa 1814 and located on the course property.
The 18 hole golf course is set on 230 undulating acres. It was designed by Graham Papworth, President of the Australian Golf Course Architects Association. The links style 6400 metres, 72 par layout takes advantage of many natural features, including undulations, wetlands and natural rough.
The course boasts a truly magnificent Driving Range, a Practice Green and Short Game Range incorporating Greens and Bunker facilities.
Most tees and greens are visible from the colonial-style clubhouse verandah, with sweeping panoramic views to the Blue Mountains as a backdrop.
 
Address: 4 Pitt Town Bottoms Road, Pitt Town NSW 2756
 
Course
6am-Dusk
 
Driving Range
6am-9:30pm
 
Contact:
 
Mention Crowne plaza Hawkesbury Valley for special discounts

Yoga by the Lake

 
Unwind with yoga by the lake.  Take in Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley’s spectacular 8-hecares of landscaped gardens with yoga by lake.  Promote calmness and stillness in the mind and relaxation in the body Find a nice, secluded spot and practice your wheel and downward dog poses.

Hawkesbury Race Club And Windsor Polo Club

 
Less than 10 mins down the road are both the Hawkesbury Race Club and Windsor Polo Club.  The Windsor Polo Club grounds are a picturesque setting for renowned polo events including International Polo Test and The Spring Polo Carnival. Either bring your own picnic and set up under the big shady trees, or enjoy the refreshments and delicious food on offer at the Clubhouse. Entry to the Windsor Polo Club is free on most Saturdays with tournaments in Autumn and Spring.  If you prefer to watch horse racing, the Hawkesbury Race Club is renowned for Wednesday night race meets.

Sydney International Regatta Centre

 
The Sydney International Regatta Centre is a multi-use sporting venue with a number of different facilities that can cater for various activities. The landscaped grounds of the Sydney International Regatta Centre are open to the public 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset (dependant on events), and boasts outstanding competition and warm-up lakes to suit a diverse range of aquatic activities.
Outside of competition, the 5km cycle path around the Competition Lake is enjoyed by the local community for jogging, walking and roller-blading.
 
Address: Entry to the Centre is via Gate A, Old Castlereagh Rd, Penrith NSW
 
Phone: (02) 4730 0000 (Business hours)
 
Visitor Service Staff: 0409 535 760 (weekends only)

Milo The Mini Tug Boat

 
A little tug boat called ‘Milo’ is the perfect way to explore the Hawkesbury River. It was a labour of love for Ebenezer resident Bruce Holdsworth, who built the tug over 3 years. Milo brings a little old world charm to the river but with the latest electronic and safety equipment. It can take up to 4 adults or small families. You’re sure to enjoy the ride. Bookings Essential.
 
Address: Bridge St, Windsor.
 

Windsor Country Club Golf

 
If you’re a keen golfer, Windsor Country Club Golf is an eighteen-hole course with beautiful greens – some quite challenging – on gently rolling hills. The natural features of the course – hills, slopes and river flats – make for a beautiful round of golf. The club Bistro has a full menu which is quite tasty. While you can see this beautiful 18-hole course from Hawkesbury Valley Way (across from the hotel), the entrance to the facility is tucked away in a South Windsor residential area – check your GPS.
 
Address: 51 McQuade AveSouth Windsor
 

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