Oberon accommodation ... a holiday experience
The Oberon and surrounding district has many beautiful places to explore by foot, with trails suitable for beginners or the most advanced. Kanangra Boyd and the Blue Mountains National Parks are close by.
GOLF: Oberon offers an 18-hole golf course set above Lake Oberon. It affords a traffic-free round with challenging holes and a gallery of kangaroos. Ideal for serious golfers or anyone who just wants to enjoy the scenery and maybe hit a few balls.
FISHING: Oberon is famous for trout fishing. Stone Hedge offers you private access to 2km of the trout filled Duckmaloi River and is suitable for fly, lure or bait fishing.
Lake Oberon is only a few minutes by car and you can fish from its banks to your heart's content.
SWIMMING: There is a large outdoor heated pool in Oberon. The river at Stone Hedge is ideal for swimming in the warmer months, when the water is crystal clear.
MUSHROOMS: There are huge areas of State Forests pine plantations in the Oberon area, providing an ideal environment for many different varieties of mushrooms. Some information on mushrooms is available from Oberon Visitors Centre.
FOSSICKING: A popular activity in the Oberon district. Information can be obtained from Oberon Visitors Centre, or the Department of Mineral Resources.
Oberon Visitor Information Centre.
Phone: (02) 6329 8210
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Oberon Plateau Tourism Association,