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  1. Exeter General Store

    Exeter General Store is a working post office, store and cafe and is an outpost of delicious homemade food and gourmet goodies.This tastefully renovated circa 1900 building provides an inviting...

  2. Weir View walking track

    When you follow Weir View walking track along the lagoon’s southern bank, it’s hard to believe that this natural environment abundant with birdlife hasn’t been here for eons. In fact, the lagoon only appeared after...

  3. Cascades Walk

    The easy and rewarding Cascades walk will take you through rainforest and tall eucalypt forest along a creek to the beautiful cascades. This rainforest haven is home to lyrebirds, platypus and goannas, as well as...

  4. Wollondilly lookout

    Suburbia and city life couldn’t feel further away when you’re gazing out from this lookout at the magnificent mountain and lake views of Nattai National Park.Take in the incredible sandstone cliff ridges and...

  5. Starlights Trail

    Starlights trail is part of the greater trail network between Mittagong and Katoomba, where you can walk for up to seven days in complete, untouched wilderness.A favourite bushwalker's hike, this walk runs...

  6. Fairy Bower Falls

    The walk to Fairy Bower Falls starts at Gambells Rest Picnic area or Fairy Bower car park, Morton National Park, Bundanoon. The walk offers a huge variety of walks, views to wonderful waterfalls and picnic areas....

  7. Red Cow Farm

    Red Cow Farm is a unique cool-climate garden set on 2.5 hectares in the picturesque rural village of Sutton Forest. Approximately 1.5 hours from Sydney and Canberra, it is one of the leading gardens in the beautiful...

  8. Cascades picnic area

    Even if you don’t have time for the short and very pretty bushwalk to the cascades, the picnic area is a gorgeous place to stop for lunch as you travel along the Illawarra Highway. Surrounded by rainforest and close...

  9. Fitzroy Falls picnic area

    When you pull up at Fitzroy Falls picnic area, you’ll hear the waterfalls before you see them. It’s a short walk to the spectacular Fitzroy Falls, where water plummets over 80m to the deep rainforest ravine below and...

  10. Box Vale Picnic Area

    At the Box Vale Picnic Area, picnic tables and barbecues are provided near the track head car park and the lookout beyond the tunnel. Toilets are located to the east of the car park. Water is not provided at the...

  11. Wollondilly Cave

    Let yourself be taken into a mystical underworld on a guided tour through Wollondilly Cave. It is the longest and most varied cave in the Wombeyan Caves network and stretches across an incredible five levels...

  12. Cave Creek Walking Track

    The Cave Creek Walking Track is 14 kilometres north of Mittagong and can be reached by bitumen roads. The track provides a leisurely walk of 2.6 kilometres and takes one to two hours to complete the return journey....

  13. Berrima Heritage Walk

    Berrima was established in the 1830s during a time of great exploration and expansion in New South Wales. In 1829 surveyor general Major Thomas Mitchell camped near the site of the present bridge over the...

  14. Victoria House Needlecraft

    Victoria House Needlecraft stock a range of local and imported needlecraft supplies in Mittagong.Create your own masterpiece with Australia's oldest speciality needlecraft store. They have ten...

  15. Berrima District Museum

    The Berrima District Historical Society Museum is housed in an historic weatherboard cottage. The museum's collection includes an array of artefacts from the Southern Highlands. See the remains of...

  16. Mount Jellore Lookout

    Mount Jellore Lookout is located in the Mount Gibraltar Reserve, Bowral. It is regarded as the finest view on the mountain with the Mittagong-Bowral Road and the Main Southern Railway. In the far distance, the...

  17. Fitz Roy Iron Works

    The Fitz Roy Iron Works was the first iron works in Australia, which operated from 1848 to the 1890s, establishing the industry in this country. The enterprise struggled to be successful over the subsequent decades,...

  18. Morton National Park

    Easily accessible from Nowra, Morton National Park is great for a daytrip or school excursion. Visit Fitzroy Falls for scenic waterfall views; go mountain biking, walking or enjoy a picnic lunch.Be...

  19. Robertson Nature Reserve

    Only a short drive from Moss Vale and Wollongong, Robertson Nature Reserve offers a tranquil getaway with walking tracks, birdwatching and historic rainforest to discover.Near the edge of the Illawarra...

  20. Illawarra Tourism Route

    Take in the beauty of the Southern Highlands, Illawarra and Morton National Park from the comfort of your car on the Illawarra tourism route.After fuelling up with petrol and a cuppa in Bowral take Nowra...

  21. Lovers Walking Track

    Connecting Echo Point picnic area with Bonnie View, this easy walking track offers a quiet 750 metre stroll through open forest, with scenic views as a reward at either end. Beginning behind the Echo Point picnic...

  22. Gibbergunyah Reserve

    Gibbergunya took its name from Gibbergunya Creek. Gibbergunyah is a reserve for public recreation and for the preservation of native flora and fauna. There is a limited range of eucalypts; however there is a profusion...

  23. Wingecarribee River Walking Track

    To build up an appetite or to walk your food off afterwards, take a stroll along Wingecarribee River walking track, which begins and ends at Cecil Hoskins picnic area. The track is a short easy walk that’s flat with...

  24. Bowral Lookout

    Bowral Lookout has parking and disabled access (with views to the south-west).The Bowral Lookout provides a scenic view overlooking Bowral, the Wingecarribee River Valley and Moss Vale. Mount...

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