Arts, culture and heritage in Faulconbridge
Any visit to Faulconbridge should include a visit to the Norman Lindsay Gallery to admire the paintings and sculptures of this much-loved local. Lindsay is also the author of "the Magic Pudding".
Faulconbridge is a charming Blue Mountains village, one of a string of townships along the Great Western Highway. Just 75 km from Sydney, Faulconbridge has many varied attractions including Sir Henry Parkes grave, the Prime Ministers' Corridor of Oaks and the Norman Lindsay Gallery.
Sir Henry Parkes, the father of Australia's Federation, was buried in Faulconbridge. After Federation, every Australian Prime Minister, or a family representative, has the honour of planting an oak tree in the beautiful Corridor of Oaks at Faulconbridge.
Faulconbridge has many pretty parks and gardens as well as walk such as Victoria Walking Track which will take you to Clarinda Falls in Blue Mountains National Park.