Glenbrook is on the edge of the Blue Mountains
close to Red Hands Cave. Glen Brook was a water stop place for steam engines that came along the Zig Zag Railway line.
Attractions in the town
Lapstone zig zag railway features Lennox Bridge, Knapsack Bridge and numerous lookouts. One can find the monument of John Whitton who had a key role in the development of Lapstone railway. In the month of November one can participate in Spring Festival.
Attractions in the Area
5 km North West on Mitchells pass road one can find the oldest surviving bridge on the mainland, it was built by convicts and it is known as Lennox Bridge. Wascoe siding miniature railway operates on the first Sunday of each month and it is present off the Great Western Highway.
Euroka Clearing present at 4 km to the south of Glen Brook is famous for Camping and Eastern Grey Kangaroos. Red Hands Cave is present at 15 km to the south has Aboriginal handprint Stencils. 16 km to the North West of Glen Brook one can find recently planted oaks by the Australian Prime Ministers and it is known as Corridor of Oaks.