The Southern Highlands is a picturesque and relaxing tourist destination abounding in beauty and history. Attractions include Bradman Museum, which honours one of Australia's greatest cricketers, the statue of Mary Poppins, honouring the author who created inspiring tales in the Highlands, our towns are rich in tradition.
There are many attractions from the quaint villages and cafes, gourmet delights to be enjoyed on a food and wine trail, "Tulip time" during the
"open gardens" festival and the Bong Bong picnic race meeting. You can ride bikes on many tracks including the Wingecarribee river path where
the explosion of Autumn colours, Winter mists and snow provide a healthy activity and wonderful vistas. There are waterfalls, national parks,
17 wineries, boutiques, stately mansions, the oldest polo cross club in the world and it is one of regional Australia's most expensive suburbs.
For more information visit Destination Southern Highlands.