Explore Bowral and the Southern Highlands and you will be inspired by the beauty of the local area. Highland fresh air, fresh produce and friendly locals will ensure your stay is one to be remembered.
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The Southern Highlands is Australia's up and coming cool climate wine region. Visit one or all of the 10 cellar doors in the region on the Southern Highlands Wine Trail or walk to Southern Highlands Wines. Website: Southern-Highlands.com.au
Visit historic sites, antique shops and art galleries in the nearby villages of Berrima, Bowral and Mittagong. Download the free smart phone app for discounts, specials and information for locals and visitors to the Southern Highlands NSW. Download for iPhone or Android.
Once a hill station for Sydney's wealthy, Bowral is now an attractive village retreat for those wanting to enjoy more cosmopolitan living in the country.
Berrima is an important and attractive historic village, within close proximity of Peppers Craigieburn.
Try your hand at trout fishing in the Kangaroo Valley River.
The Highlands Equestrian Centre is located about 20 minutes drive from Peppers Craigieburn. One and two hour horse rides are available.
The Southern Highlands offers fantastic bush walking trails through National Parks. Belmore Falls are located at the northern extremity of Morton National Park, eight kilometres from Robertson along a well maintained but unsealed road. The area has scenic bushwalks and unspoiled picnic areas. Hindmarsh lookout offers superb views of Kangaroo Valley.
The Southern Highlands are known for their stunning collections of antiques. In Bowral, you'll find beautiful Victorian oak and cedar furniture and collectables as well as fine porcelain. Berrima, Sutton Forest Village, Moss Vale, Bundanoon, Exeter and Mittagong are also great destinations. We recommend Mittagong Antiques - (02) 4872 3198 - and Gatehouse Antiques - (02) 4883 4700.
The nearby Wombeyan Caves are spectacular limestone caves. Guided and self guided adventure tours are available.
Visit The Bradman Museum, located in Glebe Park (follow Boolwey Street east from the main streets), home to Bowral's most famous son, cricketing legend, Sir Donald Bradman. The Bradman Museum takes a comprehensive look at the history of cricket, particularly in its early days, and has an interesting display of Bradman memorabilia.
The museum is open from 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. daily and has a 100-seat cinema with Bradman footage and newsreels.