The atmosphere, character and old world charm of the villages which surround the major towns create an aura of peace, tranquillity and seclusion in the quaint country lanes, rolling hills, mist, birds and trees allowing one to reflect on the more leisurely pace of bygone days.
Brief history of the various northern towns and villages in Southern Highlands.
Features information on the Bowral township of the Southern Highlands, as well as the many things to see and do when in Bowral.
Berrima is the much loved small colonial town which is a living example of early colonial architecture dating back to the 1830's.
The village of Bundanoon is the southern gateway to the 130,000 hectare Morton National Park. Features information on Bundanoon, places to shop and eat, things to do, and where to stay.
Exeter is small village in the Southern Highlands.
Situated approximately 12km north of Mittagong in the beautiful Southern Highlands of New South Wales.
Mittagong is the gateway to the Southern Highlands when arriving from Sydney. This page features information on Mittagong and its history, things to see and do, map, places to eat, and accommodation guide.
Moss Vale is the first major town when coming in the Southern Highlands from the South, on the main Southern Railway Line with direct access to the South Coast via the Illawarra Highway.
Penrose is a small village in the Southern Highlands.
Sitting at the top of the Macquarie Pass, Robertson is a link between the Southern Highlands and the Coast.
In 1819, Governor Macquarie decided that there should be a permanent settlement in the south so he granted land to nine other settlers besides Charles Throsby.
Tallong is a small village located in the Southern Highlands.
Wingello is a small town located in the Southern Highlands.
Yerrinbool is one of the smaller villages of the Southern Highlands.
Hill Top is situated approx 17km north of Mittagong in the beautiful southern Highlands of New South Wales. Features directory and map of Hill Top.