Berrima is widely recognised today as the best preserved example of a Georgian village on the..Queanbeyan Information
The site of gold, silver and lead mining in the mid-19th Century, Queanbeyan's population has..Yass Information
Yass Valley located an easy 45 minute drive from Canberra. Yass Valley has its own unique charm..Bowral Information
Bowral has a reputation for brilliantly maintaining an old-style facade that harks back to colonial..Goulburn Information
Welcome to the Goulburn District A part of quintessential Australia, etched in history, a blend of..Mittagong Information
Mittagong township is the gateway to the Southern Highlands and appeals as a base for the numerous..Young Information
Undulating is the best way to describe the terrain in which nestles the Capital Country town of..Southern Highlands Information
The Southern Highlands is well known for its colourful gardens, leisurely pursuits, diverse..Sutton Forest Information
Sutton Forest has a significant place in early Australian history, being one of the first..Wombeyan Caves Information
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The “Running of the Sheep” down the main street of Boorowa during the Irish Woolfest often reminds visitors of the “Running of the Bulls” in Pamplona.
This event takes place on the Sunday of the October long weekend and celebrates Boorowa’s Irish Heritage and is fun for all the family.
Located on the Lachlan Valley Way only an hour and a quarter North of Canberra and three and a half hours from Sydney, Boorowa is a vibrant country
town. Boorowa's wide main street is reminiscent of a bygone era with beautiful old world lighting, exquisite paving and spectacular roses. Immerse
yourself in Boorowa’s heritage by following the shamrocks on the Shamrock Trail where each building on the map is depicted with a brass plaque and an
explanation of its heritage. Or take a stroll along the Riverwalk where you might be lucky enough to see a platypus, or see ducks in the pond. Boorowa
duck pond is one of the three places in the world with a water jet the other two are Canberra and Geneva.
Many shops are retained in their original state as they were in the days of the emporium. St Patrick’s Catholic Church resembles a miniature cathedral with
its Italian marble and stunning stained glass windows one of which is dedicated to the Irish Liberator Daniel O’Connell. Visit our excellent galleries, with
paintings, art & craft and collectibles for that perfect gift with the country flavour. Visit Frogmore where Sarah Jane Country Crafts and the Spring Valley
Farm which grows stunning flowers have their home or take a drive to Rugby, Reids Flat and Rye Park, the home of the Old School Retreat.
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Byron Bay is a popular beach resort and offers an alternative lifestyle. Renowned for its pristine..Hunter Information
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