Imagine this. It is early morning and you turn your horse along a ridge to see the beautiful valley of green paddocks dotted with grazing cattle, bordered by the countless greens of the pine forest.
This the amazing experience of horse riding in the Oberon area.
Oberon was made for horse riding, with breath-taking views and riding trails for some relaxing riding, in addition to some truly challenging hills and mountains for the thrill seekers.
Oberon is surrounded by interesting villages and National Parks. Jenolan Caves, Kanangra Boyd National Park, Blue Mountains National Park and Abercrombie River National Park are in the shire and contain spectacular scenery. Oberon can be used as a base from which to undertake day trips to the various villages and attractions within the region.
Things To Do In The Area
Both Rainbow and Brown trout can be found in the area. Lake Oberon (or Oberon Dam) is regularly stocked and fish are easily caught there. Lake Oberon is open to anglers all year round but the streams are subject to the Freshwater Fishing Regulations. The season for stream fishing opens at the start of the October long weekend and closes at the end of the June long weekend. All anglers must have a Freshwater Fishing License. Exemptions apply to aboriginals, aged pensioners and anglers under 18 years of age, as well as private farm dams of 2 hectares or less. Both species can also be caught in the streams.