Small town with rugged rural beauty close to Sydney City

The village of Douglas Park is a fine example of what living in Wollondilly is all about. So close to the city yet far enough to retain a rural environment. The town is named after Dr H.G. Douglass, an eminent man in his time, serving as a clerk of the Legislative council and later as an elected member.

Upon entering Douglas Park visitors will be greeted with a true country village. One of the must see attractions is St Mary’s Towers Monastery, one of the oldest complexes of heritage buildings in the Shire. St Mary’s Towers offers group tour visitations by arrangement.

The best way to admire the rugged beauty of the district is taking a drive between Douglas Park and Appin. The open road will take you over the Nepean River, a popular local swimming, canoeing and picnic spot.

Population Douglas Park, Wilton (as at Census 2018): 4,980

Douglas Park

All Categories Picton Tahmoor Thirlmere Warragamba & Silverdale Razorback, Cawdor & Camden Park Bargo, Pheasants Nest & Yanderra Buxton Appin Menangle Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang & Yerranderie Wilton Douglas Park
All Categories Picton Tahmoor Thirlmere Warragamba & Silverdale Razorback, Cawdor & Camden Park Bargo, Pheasants Nest & Yanderra Buxton Appin Menangle Belimbla Park, The Oaks, Oakdale, Nattai, Burragorang & Yerranderie Wilton Douglas Park
Douglas Park Service Station & Cellars

Douglas Park Service Station & Cellars

145 Camden Road Douglas Park

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St Mary’s Tower Retreat Centre

St Mary’s Tower Retreat Centre

415 Douglas Park Drive Douglas Park

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Douglas Park Service Station & Cellars

Douglas Park Service Station & Cellars

Douglas Park

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St Mary’s Tower Retreat Centre

St Mary’s Tower Retreat Centre

Douglas Park

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