GETTING TO PENRITH
Penrith is only 50 minutes by road or rail from Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, Australia.
By Air & Train
The most popular means of transport to Penrith is by car. Penrith (just 55 km west of Sydney’s CBD) is less than 50 minutes drive from Mascot International Airport. From the city, follow the signs to Parramatta. The M4 Motorway starts at Strathfield and takes you directly to the Penrith Valley. You may either exit the M4 motorway at St. Marys, Penrith (2 exits) or Emu Plains. The M4 Motorway is toll free.
If you are travelling from the outer west, follow the signs to Lithgow, and drive across the Blue Mountains along the Great Western Highway. Penrith is around 75 minutes drive towards Sydney from the entrance to the Blue Mountains at Mount Victoria.
For those traveling in from the North or South of Sydney, the M7 motorway intersects with the M4 at Eastern Creek. The M7 is toll is charged by distance travelled.