Historic Central Tilba
Central Tilba is a picture-perfect country village in a charming setting on the South Coast of NSW. Located on a hilltop, the town is surrounded by pastures and hills and is classified as an Urban Conservation Area by the National Trust.
About Central Tilba
The town is a clutch of weatherboard buildings perched on a rippling green ridge, set against the towering peak of Mt Dromedary. Known as Gulaga to the local Aboriginal people, Central Tilba is the postcard version of a country town, and keeping the village lively is the collection of craft workers and artisans who have taken up residence.
Spend time exploring this South Coast Urban Conservation Area that includes Tilba Tilba, Mt Dromedary and the surrounding countryside. Step back in time in Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba where you'll be able to relax and unwind. Wander into Tilba Leather, Tilba Woodturning Gallery and Bates Emporium. Central Tilba is the home of Tilba Cheese, one of the best known cheesemakers in Australia. The ABC Cheese Factory produces the popular cheeses, Tilba Gold and Tilba Vintage while South Coast Cheese produces housemade cheese from the finest Jersey cows and the freshest pastures. Visit the delightful Tilba Valley Wines.
ABC Cheese Factory in Central Tilba. Image ABC Cheese Factory
Mockingbird Lane Antiques Store. Image Mike Newling
Tilba Teapot Caf, Central Tilba. Image Mike Newling