Discover a classically beautiful countryside that's steeped in history.
Located on the fringes of Canberra, this lush and friendly region offers an abundance of food and wine experiences, as well as historic sites and unique festivals. Whatever you seek, you're sure to find it in NSW's Canberra Region.
Discover the history and heritage of this fertile countryside.
Renowned for its striking undulating countryside, Young - the Cherry Capital of Australia - is a haven of orchards, fresh produce, and incredible cuisine.
Historic and rustic, the rolling Harden area is home to an abundance of orchards growing cherries and stone fruit, not to mention numerous wineries and olive groves. It's a foodie's mecca!
Situated just 45 minutes from Canberra, the Yass Valley offers a proud rural heritage, a glowing food and wine scene, and a wonderful events calendar.
In 1863, Goulburn became Australia's very first inland city. As such, it offers a slew of fine buildings and cathedrals, and a palpable sense of history.
Bounded by the Abercrombie, Wollondilly and Lachlan rivers, the Upper Lachlan region sits high up on the Great Dividing Range, within easy reach of both Sydney and Canberra.