Experience the Highlands with vineyard tours, market trails, food tours and antique shops. Discover the National Parks, go horseback riding, visit the Bradman Museum or go fishing.
Limestone caves are a spectacular sight and The Wombeyan Cave are no exception. Explore the Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve with a guide or on your own nature walk adventure.
The villages of the Highlands are proud of their local farmed produce, arts and hand works. Follow the Market Trail through different towns of the Southern Highlands each week.
While some people come for the waterfalls alone, you can also experience the magnificent cliffs, caves and colourful wildlife of the Highlands country and its National Parks.
The lush river valley of the Kangaroo Valley provides rugged bush walks and idyllic picnic spots. It’s also the ideal backdrop to do a spot of Trout fishing in the Kangaroo Valley River.
Experience the sweeping green valleys and spectacular scenery of the Highlands on horseback, courtesy of The Highlands Equestrian Centre.
Keen antique shoppers can have their fill of surprising finds, premium collections of oak and cedar furniture and fine porcelain in a number of Southern Highlands’ towns and villages.
Sir Donald Bradman is celebrated in cricketing circles across the globe, but it is in his hometown of Bowral that you will find the comprehensive story and display of his life.
Prison walls, historic inns, houses and churches pay homage to the Highlands’ convict past. Discover the heritage trail of the Highlands with historic walks around Bowral and beyond.
Farm tours, gelato making classes and even truffle tours the ever changing Southern Highlands Food Trail has lots to explore.
The Southern Highlands wine trail covers 17 cellar doors in this popular region. Sample the best of cool climate wines on a vineyard tour or at Southern Highlands wines.
Take a journey from Sydney to Canberra with a 2 night stopover in the picturesque Southern Highlands. Capture the natural beauty and rich history that this region has to offer.
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