At the foot of Victoria Pass, 120 km’s west of Sydney Hartley village is set amongst pastures, orchids, native vegetation and the remnants of 19th and early 20th century cottage gardens.
Nestled mid slope in the small tributary valley of the River Lett, Hartley Historic Site Covers an area of 11.5 ha and comprises of 17 buildings of historic significance. Guided tours of the village are available.
Details of tour options can be obtained from the information center. The NPWS office, shop and information center is located in the former Farmers Inn and is generally open 7 days per week.