Southern Highlands Attractions

Over millions of years a maze of underground passages, streams and caverns has developed. Known to the Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years, the Wombeyan Caves were re-discovered by Europe...
Cecils Hoskins Nature Reserve is a must for the keen birdwatcher - over 90 species of birdlife call this tranquil wetland home, situated on the banks on the Wingecarribee River. Visitors to Cecil Hosk...
Spectacularly steep gorges, limestone caves and tumbling waterfalls makes Capital Country and the Southern Highlands region a must for tackling on foot. Whether you seek beauty, serenity or excitement...
Morton National Park features spectacular waterfalls, such as Tianjara Falls in the south and Belmore and Fitzroy Falls in the north. Information on the park is available at the magnificent Fitzroy Fa...
A contemporary gallery in the heart of Bowral, Milk Gallery & Exhibition Space showcases art on every medium; from sculpture and paintings to handmade jewellery & fine woodwork. With the original Milk...
A National Trust property in Berrima, Harper's Mansion is a significant attraction for the Southern Highlands region, a circa 1834 house renowned for its colonial Georgian residence and period style f...
The International Cricket Hall of Fame Museum is located in Donald Bradman’s childhood home town of Bowral, alongside Bradman Oval where his cricketing career began. With five galleries, a hundred sea...
The Southern Highlands is home to a number of first class public and private golf clubs, some regarded as the most scenic, others as the most challenging. Established in the 1930's Moss Vale Golf Club...
Fly Fishing is great fun and a great opportunity to test your skills against the elusive freshwater trout. Learn some basic 'streamcraft' and freshwater fishing techniques with an experienced guide. A...
Mittagong Visitor Information Centre provides tourist information for the Southern Highlands. Assisting with accommodation and tour bookings.
5th Chapter Estate located in Avoca near Moss Vale. The extensive grounds feature a beautiful English style garden and is open from March through to November - check opening times on the website. A $5...
Colonial architect Mortimer Lewis supervisedconstruction from 1835-1839. Bushranger Paddy Curran was the first man hung there in 1842. In 1834 Lucretia Dunkley became the only woman hung at Berrima fo...
The Court House was built from local sandstone (1835 - 1838) and stands next to the imposing facade of the Berrima Gaol. Both overlook the historic village and are stark reminder of the nation's colon...
Bowral has a reputation for brilliantly maintaining an old-style facade that harks back to colonial times. As such, it's great for antique shopping and other quaint Australian artifacts and holds a ov...
A few minutes' walk from the town, is a good picnic spot in November when the waratahs are in bloom.
Pick your own berries, with buckets provided Montrose Berry farm will transfer you to yesteryear, walking the fields of growing blackberries, boysenberries, blueberries, loganberries, raspberries and ...
In The Old Cheese Factory, originally a 1936 dairy co-op, is the Robertson Cheese Store with more than 180 cheeses, a fine selection of olives, condiments and jams made in the Southern Highlands - and...
The Grape Escape Wine Tours, Come with me on a voyage of discovery to the newest cool climate wine region in Australia: The Southern Highlands. You wont be disappointed.
Once a thriving shale mine settlement, is now an atmospheric ghost town. The road is not passable after heavy rain so intending visitors should check first with the Information Centre.