Natural wonders abound in and around Oberon. You'll find the stunning Jenolan Caves and, of course, the town sits in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains
- Saturday 25 May to Thursday 26 December The Paganini Duo - Gypsy Concerts at Jenolan Caves
Experience the Paganini Duo performing
The highest town in the Blue Mountains region and some 30km from the world-renowned Jenolan Caves. Oberon supports a strong rural community producing lambs, beef cattle and a wide range of vegetables. It is particularly delightful in spring, when the appearance of bulbs and colourful wildflowers joyfully greet the season.
The traditional owners of the land where Oberon now stands were the Wiradjuri people. Settlement commenced along the Fish River after the discovery of gold in 1823. The town was first known as Bullock Flats, but when it was proclaimed a village, it became Oberon.