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
Imagine a place so ancient, that it was old before the first dinosaur walked the earth. Over..See all locations in Capital Country
The picturesque region surrounding the nation's capital is a sophisticated blend of country hospitality, excellent food, wine, accommodation facilities and attractions. Capital Country is known as a quality producer of cool climate wines with townships such as Young producing cherries and stone fruits used throughout Australia and great restaurants and cafes at each turn. The wonderful architecture of some of Australia's earliest established towns is also fascinating to explore.
Close to Sydney it is a facinating mix of heritage towns and villages, amazingly beautiful waterways and stunning country gardens. This is a place to revel in, to revisit the past and refresh the spirit.
You'll delight in tasting local fare, making the most of scenic walks, exploring caves, visiting galleries, helping out on a working farm, mixing with the locals, discovering early colonial buildings and spring gardens. One of the highlights of this area are the magnificent gardens that come in all shapes and sizes, from a few hanging baskets of bloom to acres of landscaped gardens with many open to the public.
There is always something around the corner to surprise you at Capital Country - an interesting little road, a glorious garden, a delightful little restaurant or an exquisite antique shop. Canberra itself is packed with national landmarks and the city boasts a lively cultural calendar and is abundant with great restaurants and cafes. A short drive away you'll find quaint colonial villages and some of Australia's most fertile farming country. There are orchards, wineries, and renowned wool and cattle properties.
So, visit Capital Country and enjoy a breath of fresh air.
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