Audley Room is located at Lady Carrington Drive, Audley.
The Audley Room is part of the refurbished Audley Dance Hall at Audley Weir, located in the stunning Royal National Park.
Set amidst native bushland with views over the Hacking River, The Audley Room offers an idyllic location for your next recreational day out of the bustling city. Synonymous with generations of Sydneysiders The Audley Room is a lovingly restored heritage listed venue, located in the stunning Royal National Park at Audley Weir, just 29 km south of Sydney. The Audley Room offers an idyllic venue location for your wedding or special event.to take the family to relax and enjoy nature this café and tourist information centre allows family outings in one of the most picturesque and tranquil settings in Sydney.
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This park is near...
Sutherland (2 km)
Parramatta (30 km)
Sydney (32 km)
Wollongong (40 km)
Best car routes:
From Sydney, the park's main entry points are along the Princes Highway. Turn off the highway at either Farnell Avenue, just south of Loftus, or at McKell Avenue at Waterfall. Follow Audley Road down to where it becomes Sir Bertram Stevens Drive all the way to the Hacking River and cross weir. The Audley Room is on Lady Carrington Drive just after crossing the Hacking River.
If you're coming from the Wollongong area, you can reach the park along the Princes Highway, or via Otford, north of Stanwell Park.
Audley is a large, flat area at the base of one of the larger valleys in the park. The main road into the park from the north drops quickly from the heights to Audley, where it crosses the Hacking River on a weir before climbing up the other side of the valley to continue further into the park. Audley was developed in the late 19th century as a picnic area for Sydneysiders on a day trip. A large, heritage listed timber boathouse from that time still exists on the western bank of the weir and currently rents rowing boats and canoes to allow leisurely exploration of the upper reaches of the river. It also rents mountain bikes. A timber dance hall built in the early 20th century on the eastern bank is available for functions. Large picnic areas, grassy meadows and a café, rest rooms and a colony of hungry ducks complete the picnic picture. Audley is as popular with families today as it was in the 19th century.