Bowen Mountain is a ridge top settlement of more than 500 homes and about 1,600 people of all ages. It is located in the Hawkesbury Local Government Authority (LGA), 80 kms north west of Sydney with access roads via Grose Vale and Kurrajong. The roads are are approximately 3 kms long north to south at an average elevation of 400 metres. At the northern end of Lt Bowen Road Bowen Mountain is home to the Crago Observatory operated by the Astronomical Society of NSW There are no shops or cafes at Bowen Mountain, the closest are at Kurrajong and Grose Vale with a supermarket at North Richmond.
Bowen Mountain Park overlooks the Macquarie Towns of Richmond and Windsor and is central to the surrounding Bowen Mountain area. The park has stands of native & exotic trees and offers panoramic views across the coastal plain.
The park is available for picnics with electric BBQ facilities and toilets. The community building can be hired for private functions.
The Bowen Mountain Park Management Committee (BMPMC) is a committee delegated by Hawkesbury City Council with authority to maintain and upgrade the park. The volunteers on the committee also administer the hiring of the community Building. See the website for the calendar showing availability, conditions of hiring and contact details for hiring the Community Building.