The Blacktown Visitor Information & Heritage Centre inspires visitors to engage with Blacktown's rich culture and heritage.
It is one of the few only remaining heritage buildings in Blacktown City and houses a lovely historical exhibition space. The building itself was built in 1876 in order to house the former Blacktown Public School, which was the first school to ever open in Blacktown.
It remained a school until the early 1990's. In 2007, the building underwent extensive renovations and became the City's first Visitor Information Centre.
The centre is the only place where you can purchase unique 'Blacktown' merchandise in the city, including the official 'I Love Blacktown' T Shirt, and is also a valuable source of information about things to do and see in Blacktown City, Greater Sydney and regional NSW.
The Blacktown Visitor Information & Heritage Centre is open Tues-Sat 10am – 3pm unless otherwise indicated. It does not open on Public Holidays, over the Easter long weekend or the Christmas/New Year week.
Click here for the Blacktown Visitor Information & Heritage Centre website.