Geography in Crookwell
Situated high on the Great Dividing Range more than 900 m above sea level, the area experiences four distinct seasons and is ideal for growing disease-free seed potatoes, making it a key supply area to Australia's potato-growing regions. Every March, the region celebrates the industry with the Crookwell Potato Festival.
Crookwell is a picturesque country town situated amid farmland on the Southern Tablelands, 240 km south-west of Sydney and a 90-minute drive north of Canberra. From its elevated position atop the Great Dividing Range, Crookwell governs green rolling hills and features pretty tree-lined streets, beautiful gardens and plenty of streams for trout fishing.
There are plenty of things to see and do around this historic Country NSW town, with its goldmining and bushranging history. There are architectural remnants of early-settler life still in existence â meander the streets on a self-guided tour, or join a guided tour.
Indulge in some fantastic specialty shopping, experience a working alpaca farm, travel to the picturesque Grabine Lakeside State Park or explore other parts of the Goulburn area. There's an abundance of history in Goulburn itself, and don't miss Gunning and Taralga.
Drop in to the Crookwell Visitor Information Centre for more information on events, accommodation and attractions.
Friday 7 August to Sunday 9 August 2015
Mary Gilmore Weekend Mary Gilmore Weekend is a cultural
Friday 28 August to Sunday 30 August 2015
Grabine Classic Freshwater Fishing Competition The Annual Grabine Classic is being
Saturday 1 August to Saturday 5 December 2015
Crookwell Community Markets Crookwell Community Markets are run
Crookwell streetscape in Autumn. Image Upper Lachlan Shire Council
Interior of Wombeyan Caves
Crookwell cottage and countryside. Image Upper Lachlan Shire Council