Southern Highlands

Southern Highlands

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Visitors will be amazed at just how much there is in the Southern Highlands. From unique cellar doors, magnificent open gardens, boutique shopping, fabulous cycling and lots more.

Food & Wine offerings are vast, catering for an eclectic audience with everything from fine dining to cafe style eateries, cellar doors.

Visitors will find boutique and specialty retail precincts scattered throughout the region’s quirky towns and villages, each with a unique past and heritage.

There is fun for all ages, like a visit to the Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures, The NSW Rail Museum and the Bradman International Cricket Hall of Fame.

Renowned for its strong community of artists, actors, musicians, writers, film makers, photographers and all-round entertainers drawn to the area for the fresh air, natural beauty and life style.

Spectacular lookouts, lush rainforests, native and exotic flora and forests, gushing waterfalls, quiet river banks, wildlife and man-made attractions, the Southern Highlands is a nature lover’s timeless playground.

Road Trip Essentials

Fitzroy Falls

There are many of natures treasures located in the Southern Highlands and the magnificent Fitzroy Falls is just one of them, where water plunges over 80m to the valley below. 

Southern Highlands Wine Trail

With over 60 vineyards and 15 cellar doors, you may like to leave the driving to one of the experiences tour drivers and introduce your palette to some cool climate wines being produced in the Southern Highlands. 

Bradman Museum - International Cricket Hall of Fame

Whether you are a cricket tragic or simply interested in learning more about on eof the world’s most popular sports, the Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame provides an exciting and interactive day out for the whole family. 

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One drive. One ocean. Endless Experiences Starting in the Royal National Park, less than an hour south of Sydney’s CBD, the Grand Pacific Drive is a 140 kilometre scenic coastal drive taking you through rainforests.