Thirlmere village is the home of Rail Heritage for NSW. Residents and visitors to the town enjoy the benefits of being host to the Thirlmere Rail Heritage Centre situated in the main shopping precinct. Thirlmere Lakes is another major tourism drawcard for this village.
A variety of local service businesses operate in the main street including supermarket, post office, beauty, video, restaurant, bakery, takeaways and service station. The surrounding area of Lakesland is largely rural with orchards and boutique tourism businesses including many farmgate traders. Poultry industry prospers with hatchery and egg production including Thirlmere Duck.
If you are thinking about starting a business or would like more information about the businesses in Thirlmere, please contact:
Economic Development Coordinator, Wollondilly Shire Council – (02) 4677 8313
Thirlmere Chamber of Commerce – Ph: (02) 4683 0071