Bou-saada, Southern Highlands - is home to a 13 acre vineyard which began with plantings of Sauvignon Blanc vines in 1997 followed by Merlot, Chardonnay & Riesling in 1998. ‘Bou’ meaning father and ‘saada’ meaning peace and happiness, it is a place where visitors find spiritual refreshment, goodness and a sense of well-being. The vineyards [...]
The Box Vale Mine, Southern Highlands - This track follows the formation of an historic railway line and passes through cuttings, along embankments and through a tunnel 84 metres in length. Although much of the surrounding terrain is steep and rocky, the four point four kilometre walking track has easy grades and the return walk [...]
Marist Brothers Wines & The Hermitage, Southern Highlands – this property extends for 155 hectares. It supports 80-100 head of cattle, 20 head of sheep and 13 hectares of grape vines. Guests can enjoy retreat and accommodation facilities, the orchard, olive grove, citrus grove and poultry farm of chickens, ducks and geese.
Nattai Gorge Lookout, Southern Highlands – is located at the end of the Box Vale Walking Track in Mittagong. This very popular track follows the route of a historic railway line from Welby to the Nattai escarpment. There are no hills to climb and the walk is interesting, through cuttings and a railway tunnel 90 [...]
Sturt Gallery and Craft Centre was established in 1941 and is Australia's oldest craft centre. Located close to the Fitzroy Inn, is a great place to explore. Sturt Gallery in Mittagong is a centre of excellence for the promotion & teaching of Australian contemporary craft and design. Situated just one hour south of Sydney, ten minutes [...]