Lake Oberon Surrounding Attractions
Our venue is located 7km south of Oberon, and on the foreshores of Lake Oberon. Placed on the western fall of the Blue Mountains, we offer you an array of beautiful, close-by places to explore.
Oberon is a cool climate town with snowy winters and cool summers. It’s a small town with a population of 2,500 people, boasting a great rural community spirit. Whether you are visiting as a couple, with family or a group of friends, you can experience the beautiful attractions surrounding our lovely town.
To help make your adventure exciting, we have hand-picked the top 9 things to do around Oberon
The magical, must-see destination in the Blue Mountains. It’s Australia’s most popular, family-friendly cave attraction.
Australia’s largest privately owned, cool climate garden in the world. It’s the perfect place for a picnic or café outing.
Wineries and Vineyards
Explore Oberon’s nearby wineries, Renzaglia Wines and Casey’s Vineyard (wine tastings by appointment only).
One of Oberon’s most renowned activities. Explore over 40,000 hectares of State-owned pine forests in Hampton, Jenolan and Vulcan. The best time for this is in autumn, following rain, as that is when the forest fungi emerge.
Fishing in Oberon
At Lake Oberon Estate, you have access to our private fishing point. It’s the best place in Oberon to go fishing for Rainbow Trout and Golden Perch. Other public fishing spots include Kelly’s Bay and Reef Reserve.
Canoe and Kayaking
Bring your gear and enjoy public access to this spot through Reef Reserve. You can get there via Abercrombie Road, where you will have vehicle access to the water’s edge for you to unload your canoes, kayaks and motorless boats.
Start your search for gold, sapphire and zircon at Sapphire Bend (Black Springs), Little River fossicking reserve (Porters Retreat) and Campbell’s River Crossing.
Oberon Town Activities
Have some fun with nearby horse-riding, skateboard parks, golf, bushwalking, community swimming pool, gym and tennis court.
Get involved with the Oberon community and explore our Local Arts and Crafts, and monthly farmer’s markets.