What's on in Southern Tablelands NSW
Located only two hours south from Sydney, an hour west from Wollongong and extending for about 100 km north of Canberra, the Southern Tablelands is a thriving and diverse region with a delightful set of towns and villages, a wide range of attractions and activities, entertainment facilities tourism opportunities. The region is located west of the Great Dividing Range, west of the South Coast Region, south of the Southern Highlands Region, and includes Canberra, the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding districts. It lies west of the South Coast area and south of the Southern Highlands region. The region includes the towns of Young, Yass, Murrumbateman, Gundaroo, Goulburn, Crookwell, Bungendore, Braidwood, Boorowa and Araluen. It is an historic area with mostly rugged hilly or tablelands
landscapes, most of which has been cleared for grazing and minor cropping. It is a premier wool growing area and more recently has been the site of many large wing farms. The Southern Tablelands is adjacent to Canberra and the Australian Capital Territory. The area surrounding Canberra is also described as Capital Country. The major entertainment focus is Canberra, Queanbeyan, Goulburn and Young, though many of the smaller towns have delightful pubs taverns and clubs.
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