South Coast
SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS




The Southern Highlands region lies to the south west of Sydney on top of the escarpment overlooking the South Coast. It is known for its picturesque towns, gracious and historic mansions and public buildings, as well as its genteel lifestyle.

The region offers a wide range of services and facilities for all tastes and budgets, in its main towns of MossVale, Mittagong, Bowral, Berrima, Bundanoon and Robertson. These delightful rural towns are all within minutes of each other.

As well as the comfortable surroundings in the towns, the region boasts many beautiful and spectacular natural attractions to delight the visitor. The Wombeyan Caves, Mt Gibraltar and the Fitzroy Falls are some of the best known of these attractions.

The area has differing landscapes ranging from rolling pasturelands to forested mountains.
Other notable features of this region include a large selection of craft and antique stores, the annual Tulip Festival held in Bowral, the historic jail at Berrima and a butterfly exhibition house at Mittagong.

Visitors can reach the Southern Highlands by travelling south west from Sydney or north east from Melbourne, along the Hume Highway.
From Canberra, travel north on the Federal Highway, then join the Hume Highway.
From the South Coast, travel west from Bomaderry near Nowra by way of the picturesque Kangaroo Valley or further north from Albion Park near Wollongong and up the Macquarie Pass. Robertson is on this road.

Some of the features of this region are listed below.

Please contact a Southern Highlands Tourist Information Centre for details and bookings.




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