Here are some popular attractions worth visiting in the Southern Highlands area.
Bedervale Historic Homestead
Monkittee St, Braidwood
Built in 1839 and now a National Trust owned building, Bedervale is one of NSW's finest colonial homesteads with a breath-taking furniture collection and views of the surrounding countryside.
Off the Hume Hwy, Berrima
Berrima, a much loved and often revisited small colonial town, is a living example of 1830's colonial architecture. In this historic village you will find crafts and antique shops, art galleries, produce stores, gourmet eateries and restaurants, the Berrima Courthouse and Goal, the Berrima District Historical Museum and even more to keep you captivated for hours.
Bowral (South of Mittagong)
Bowral was founded in the 1860's and has become a summer retreat for Sydney residents. Many of Bowral's earlier visitors built stately mansions and some of these historic homes and gardens can be appreciated by visitors today. Tulip Time in Bowral during September / October is one of Australia's leading floral festivals enjoyed by the public. Bowral was also cricketing legend Sir Donald Bradman's home-town. Bowral has fast become the commercial centre of the Southern Highlands.
St Jude St, Bowral
Australia's greatest cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman, is honoured by the Bradman Museum a gallery full of collectables and memorabilia of this revered sportsman.
Aprox 17 kms South of Moss Vale
Bundanoon is the Southern gateway to the 130,000 hectare Morton National Park. Each April, Bundanoon hosts one of the largest highland gatherings in NSW with Scottish entertainment - bagpipe bands, highland games and dancing.