On the Hawkesbury River with direct river frontage is a
|The lodge is set in the wild and lovely valley of forgotten history where the spirits of early settlers seem to echo through the waters and trees. Now they sleep in small neglected cemetries, whose headstones offer a tantalising glimpse into a once pulsating past life.
Rivervalley Lodge is adjacent to Dhurug National Park and the historic Great Old Northern Road.
The road was built in 1828 out of solid bedrock by convict chain gangs and considered to be one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century as well as a unique feature of Australia's heritage.