Rylstone is a beautiful village with many heritage-listed stone buildings, as well as markets and restaurants. The main street of Rylstone is also home to the district’s premier annual event ‘StreetFeast’ in November, a celebration of local food, produce, wine and art.
Rylstone is a heritage village on the western edge of the Blue Mountains, 238 km north-west of Sydney. The town acts as a gateway to the World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park to the east and the scenic Capertee Valley to the south.
The local area has many fine stone buildings and is fast becoming known for its wineries, olive estates and gourmet foods. Enjoy a leisurely lunch of dumplings at 29 Nine 99 or sip an ice cold beer at a local pub, such as The Globe or The Prince of Wales Hotel.
You can also spend the afternoon in an boutique wine bar, such as the Blue Wren Wines Restaurant, tasting locally produced wine. And jump in the car to take in a scenic drive and visit a nearby vineyard or restaurant such as The Pipeclay Pumphouse.
Pick up a brochure for the Rylstone Heritage Walk and learn more about the town's colonial-era sandstone buildings, including its four stone churches and early stone and timber cottages.
Growing each year in its popularity, the main street of Rylstone is also home to the district’s premier annual event ‘StreetFeast’ in November. Louee Street closes to traffic and opens to festival-goers, with a street market celebrating local food, produce, wine, art and craftwork. Settle into the afternoon with a long table long lunch surrounded by friends and locals, live music and a vibrant atmosphere.
The town also acts as a gateway to the World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park and the beautiful Bylong Valley. One of Rylstone's most impressive natural attractions is Nullo Mountain, where you'll find breathtaking views overlooking the surrounding valley.