Getting around the Dilly

Wollondilly is conveniently located at the foothills of the Southern Highlands and Blue Mountains. The region is a mere 50 minute drive from Sydney City, 40 minutes from Wollongong and 30 minutes from Western Sydney. Getting around the Dilly’s 2560 square kilometres is easiest by car however there are public bus and train services available throughout the region.

Travelling by Car

Car driving down the entrance to Bingara Gorge in Wilton

The Dilly is home to 35 beautifully unique towns and villages. Travelling by car is the easiest and most flexible mode of transport for getting around. Finding a park is generally easy across the region and roads are truly reflective of a typical country town with far less traffic than the Dilly’s city counterparts. For those visiting or without a personal vehicle there are shuttle, taxi and Uber services available

Travelling by Bus

View looking at the front of Picton Train station and a local bus

If you're looking to take public transport to travel around the Dilly check out Picton Bus Lines for available routes.

Routes marked on the public timetable will generally be serviced by a fully wheelchair accessible bus. Periodic maintenance may affect availability, please check with Picton Bus Lines prior to your journey.

Travelling by Train

On the platform of Thirlmere Rail Station

There are a number of train stations across Wollondilly located at Picton, Tahmoor, Bargo, Menangle and Douglas Park. NSW Train services are an easy way to travel to the city, airport and beyond with many connecting lines to choose from.

Visit Transport NSW to plan your trip and view available timetables.

EV Charger

Electronic Vehicle Charger in Picton Car Park

If you’re travelling down the Hume or Picton Road and your electric car is in need of a little top up visitors can pull into Picton to charge.

Wollondilly has an NRMA Electronic Vehicle Charger located at 5 Walton Lane in Picton. The charger is free to use for both NRMA members and non-members and takes around 30 minutes to achieve an average of an 80% charge.

For more information visit NRMA.

Western Sydney International Airport

Work to build Western Sydney International is on track for the airport to open on time, at the end of 2026. For further updates visit Western Sydney

The Experience Centre is a community engagement and education hub designed to showcase the exciting developments and endless possibilities. 

Entry to the experience centre is FREE, and is open to the public five days per week. For more information and to make a booking, click here.

RV Dump Points

If you are hitting the open roads behind the wheel of a motorhome, campervan, caravan or any other pop up campers there are a number of dump points across Wollondilly available for public use.

Warragamba Recreation Reserve
Warradale Road, Warragamba

Appin Park Reserve
100 Appin Road, Appin 

Walton Lane, Picton