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Crebra Pavilion

“We really enjoyed having the family altogether in this pretty spot. The weather was just perfect for a family picnic.”

Crebra Pavilion in Rouse Hill Regional Park is at the highest point of the park, enjoying scenic views across the park and surrounding area.

It’s a great place for special occasions and celebrations – your guests are bound to enjoy the feeling of space and serenity. The pavilion is well-equipped, so organising everything will be easy. With long picnic tables on a sheltered platform, electrical power points and a large barbecue, you can accommodate extended family in style.

When the pavilion isn't booked, you're welcome to enjoy this large sheltered space for your informal gathering.


Getting there

Getting there:

Crebra Pavilion is located on the hilltop adjacent to Worcester Road.

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Vehicle access:

Sealed road - 2WD vehicles - All weather


Parking is available at the southern corner of the park, accessible from Worcester Road.

Important info


  • Gas/electric barbecues (free)
  • Carpark
  • Electric power
  • Other facilities/equipment
  • Non-flush toilets
  • Venue

You should know:

  • Dogs are not permitted at the pavilions
  • Please take your rubbish with you when you leave the park
  • There are rainwater tanks, but it's recommended that you boil this water before drinking.
  • It can be a busy place on the weekend, so parking might be limited.
  • Crebra Pavilion is suitable for up to 30-40 people and bookings can be made one year in advance
  • Find out more about Crebra Pavilion and how to make a booking 
  • Find out more about other venues available for hire in national parks

Wheelchair access:


This area is fully wheelchair accessible

  • Wheelchair accessible toilets are available

Opening hours:

Crebra Pavilion is open and can be booked for use between 9am – 6pm during daylight savings (8am – 5pm at other times).


Windsor, Phone: 02 4572 3100

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Crebra Pavilion, Rouse Hill Regional Park. Photo: John Yurasek