Southern Highlands Attractions

Refine Search

Filter attractions results by

  1. Bowral Golf Club

    Founded in 1901, Bowral Golf Club has traditionally been the cornerstone of golf in the Southern Highlands. Today's course was laid out by the famous Carnegie Clark in 1919 on land acquired by Samuel Horden. A...

  2. 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...

  3. Bangadilly National Park

    Located 20km from Bowral in the Southern Highlands of NSW at Canyonleigh, Bangadilly National Park offers opportunities for remote wilderness hiking, wildlife photography and birdwatching.Although easily...

  4. 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...

  5. Bargo State Conservation Area

    Bargo State Conservation Area is a great place in NSW Southern Highlands for birdwatching, hiking, and swimming at Little River or Moore Creek.Just off Hume Highway, there’s an oasis in Bargo State...

  6. 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...

  7. Fitzroy Falls

    Fitzroy Falls offers a spectacular national park experience. In addition to magnificent waterfalls, it is a great place to experience a lyrebird singing along one of the walking tracks, vistas into the rainforest...

  8. Missingham Lookout Track

    Once you’ve clapped eyes on this spectacular view, you’ll never forget it. Missingham lookout walking track leads along the western edge of the escarpment and shows off Kangaroo Valley in all its glory, as well as a...

  9. 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 the German...

  10. Moss Vale Golf Club

    Moss Vale Golf Course is a golfer's paradise in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. The Moss Vale Golf Course is regarded as one of the prettiest and most challenging courses in New South Wales, with avenues of...

  11. Nattai National Park

    Nattai National Park has plenty of astonishing beauty on offer, including Nattai River, the dominant Hawkesbury sandstone cliffs, and the inspiring views out over the park from Mount Jellore. Throughout the park, you...

  12. Robertson Heritage Railway Station

    Robertson Heritage Railway Station and grounds as a tourist train destination, local history museum and waratah garden. Annual events are organised in Spring and Autumn, and the Fettlers Shed Gallery hosts exhibitions...

  13. Mount Gibraltar

    Mount Gibraltar at 863 metres is a collapsed volcanic core composed of very hard rock called Mount Gibraltar Trachyte or micro-syenite. 150 million years ago it pushed through the Hawkesbury Sandstone to form a high...

  14. West Rim Walking Track

    For a delightful walk through pristine eucalypt forests and lush rainforest, moderate West Rim walking track offers spectacular views of dramatic gorges and waterfalls in Morton National Park, near Robertson. Nearby...

  15. Lake Alexandra Reserve

    Lake Alexandra in Mittagong Township is a man made lake which started life as a dam supplying water for engines hauling coal to the Fitzroy iron mines almost 140 years ago. A park land reserve surrounds the lake and...

  16. Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve

    Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve, in the NSW Southern Highlands, is a great place for walking, picnicking, birdwatching and enjoying the tranquillity of this wetland area.A Southern Highlands wetland sounds...

  17. Empire Cinema

    Empire Cinema is the oldest commercial cinema in the country operating from 15 September 1915. It celebrated its centenary on 15 September 2015.A four-screen digital cinema screening first-release films,...

  18. Bowral Art Gallery

    The Berrima District Art Society was founded in October 1950 by Kath Smith and a committee of interested members of the general public. In 1970 the Society acquired, through the generosity of Edgar Bent, a cottage in...

  19. 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...

  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. Allymac Massage Therapy

    Each massage is based upon the needs of the client on the day. Some people may ask for relaxation massage, but what they really need is remedial massage. Others may ask for remedial massage but need lymphatic...

  22. 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...

  23. 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,...

Displaying 1 - 30 of 78