About The Seven Valleys

Like The Hunter Valley, Blue Mountains, and The Southern Highlands, The Seven Valleys promotes a distinctive region of NSW.

Encompassing the vast Lithgow LGA, The Seven Valleys covers more than 4,500 square kilometres of stunningly diverse country on Sydney’s doorstep and a history that stretches from the First Australians to the present day.

Why Seven Valleys?

Although there are many, many more valleys than the name suggests, those seven, Lithgow, Wolgan, Kanimbla, Capertee, Megalong, Hartley and Tarana were chosen to represent the incredible variety of the region; from the rich industrial heritage of Lithgow, to the majestic Capertee and Wolgan, the country feel of Tarana and its monthly markets, the colonial buildings of Hartley and the stunning beauty of the Megalong and Kanimbla.

It is here, just 2 hours drive west of Sydney, you will find seven distinct national parks and almost as many state forests to explore; unique areas like the Glow Worm Tunnel and the Gardens of Stone; trout fishing and horse riding; magnificent botanical gardens like Mayfield and Mount Tomah; a network of 4wd and mountain bike tracks and, of course, limitless opportunities to enjoy Austraia’s rugged natural scenery.

So much to do, so little time

Close enough to visit, yet amazing enough to stay, The Seven Valleys has every type of accommodation available to help you make the most of a weekend or a week away: from camping or glamping under the stars, to farmstays and cottages, right up to the luxury of the Emirates One and Only Wolgan Valley Resort.

Contact The Seven Valleys Visitor Information Centre soon and start planning your unforgettable experience in The Seven Valleys.

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