Explore well-preserved heritage villages in the Tilba region. The towns are characterised by their 19th century weatherboard cottages and fine Victorian timber buildings, as well as the maintenance of creative traditions in the arts of glasswork, candle making, winemaking and woodturning.
About the Tilba region
Explore the Urban Conservation Area that includes Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba in the stunning Eurobodalla countryside on the South Coast of NSW. The area is rich in heritage, unique shops, woodland gardens and local produce, and is surrounded by natural beauty.
The Tilba region's villages are located at the foothills of the sacred Gulaga, also known as Mount Dromedary, an extinct volcano that holds spiritual significance to the local Aboriginal Yuin people. The mountain's walking track - created in 1894 for gold miners - takes you through old mining residences and leads to stunning views of the surrounding rainforest and coast.
Central Tilba is a picture-perfect country town, and keeping the village lively is the collection of craft workers and artisans who have taken up residence. Visit Passionfish Candles and admire the local candle maker's natural soy candles. The town is also home to the famous ABC Cheese Factory that welcome visitors for tastings of the popular Tilba Club Cheese and their large range of honey.
Relax and unwind in Tilba Tilba, a pretty, rural town with great character and wonderful gardens, including the Foxglove Spires Garden, a luscious 1.5 hectare woodland garden built around a farm cottage. Visit the Gumnut Hideaway Gallery and admire the town's unique art scene inspired by the region's natural surroundings.
Saturday 13 December to Saturday 27 June 2015
Tilba Growers Market When you visit the charming histori
Church at Tilba Tilba. Image Nick Rains
Foxglove Gardens, Tilba Tilba
view over Tilba Tilba village and Mt Dromedary
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