This park north-west of Sydney near Windsor is rich in the history of European occupation. Today, evidence of Scheyville''s many phases of European occupation can still be seen in the farm relics and remnants of the past that were used for agriculture, military training and immigration.
The park was created in 1996 and helps conserve the endangered ecologicial communities and species of the Cumberland Plain and Hawkesbury River catchment. Although it once covered much of western Sydney, the woodland ecosystems of this area is now threatened, mainly by urban expansion.
Things to do at Scheyville:
Picnics and barbecues
Walking trails with interpretation
Horse ridingVisit Website
Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Self-Guided
Flora/Fauna, Nature based