A police officer and his alleged attacker have tumbled down a two-metre embankment during an assault at Wilberforce.
Residents of a Wilberforce home contacted police in the evening of Friday, October 11 after a man allegedly entered the house.
When challenged, the man left the residence however he became aggressive when officers arrived.
"It will be alleged on the arrival the officers ... were attacked by the male, who was throwing punches and behaving in an extremely aggressive manner," a statement from Hawkesbury police said.
"During the confrontation, the accused and one officer tumbled down a two-metre embankment. At the bottom of this embankment, the accused continued to assault the officer.
The second officer went to the aid of his colleague, however was then attacked by the accused."
The man was eventually arrested and subdued, and taken to Windsor police station.
A 33-year-old man has been charged with two counts of assaulting police, as well as entering inclosed lands.
He was refused bail to appear before Penrith Local Court later this month.