Home of Australian agricultural heritage
Menangle is a unique settlement modelled on a typical English village nestled close to the stunning Razorback countryside and only just over an hour drive from Sydney. With roots in Australia’s agricultural heritage, Menangle was established as a village to service the operations of Camden Park Estate. The opening of the railway bridge over Nepean River in 1863 allowed overnight milk deliveries to the Sydney Market.
Along the main township strip visitors will encounter a beautiful church, scenery and The Store Menangle, a building with rich history and now open as a cafe.
Population (as at Census 2018): 2,585