Sutton Forest

With panoramas of enchanting forests, green hills and rich farmland, the small village of Sutton Forest in the Southern Highlands is a wonderful country escape. Explore local cellar doors and soak up the rural tranquillity. The drive to Sutton Forest from Sydney and Canberra is 95 minutes and is 70min from Wollongong via the scenic Macquarie Pass National Park. Sutton Forest is one…

Exeter

Exeter is a gorgeous, quaint village in the Southern Highlands. It has a station on the main Southern Railway Line south of Sydney. You might run into Nicole & Keith Urban in the general store as they have a property in the local area. Local Amenities include; Exeter General Store, Exeter Public School, St Aidan’s…

Burrawang

Burrawang is a secluded and tranquil village located 20 kms to the south east of the beautiful township of Bowral. With a permanent population of around 300, Burrawang is truly a country village. A number of the cottages and churches in the area date back to colonial times. The village is situated high on a…

Colo Vale

Colo Vale is a Northern Village of the Southern Highlands approximately 1km from the freeway and 10 minutes from Mittagong. With a population of approximately 1800 residents, Colo Vale has become a significant village. The area was first settled with a land purchase in 1841 and became a railway station village on the main southern…

Hill Top

1883 saw the new railway station named on the Picton-Mittagong line. Jellore was the original name of the area, however, Hill Top was adopted by the locality and officially designated in January 1977. Located at the northern edge of the Southern Highlands surrounded by water catchment and National Park with breathtaking views from many streets…

Yerrinbool

Yerrinbool, Aboriginal word for Wood Duck. 13 July 1919 saw Yerrinbool Railway Station and Aylmerton Station (now closed) open on the new Southern Railway Line. With a new rail line and station operating, the village was laid out and land sales began. Now the quaint village has a community of approximately 1,160, utilising the modernised…

Berrima

Established over 185 years ago, Berrima is one of the numerous delightful towns that make up the striking Southern Highlands region. Offering fine dining, boutique shops, art galleries and some of the most exquisite wineries in the region, Berrima is a popular township for many reasons. Located 126 kilometres south of Sydney, Berrima is considered…

Welby

Welby is a small hamlet in the Southern Highlands and was originally called Fitzroy. Welby is located 1 km west of Mittagong and is home to the hockey playing fields.   Being a historic area, there is a combination of early cottages through to modern homes providing a variety of options to consider. Local Amenities…

Braemar

Braemar is a northern village of the Southern Highlands and is located 2 km north-east of Mittagong. The area is often considered to include the adjacent hamlet villages of Balaclava and Willow Vale. Being a smaller suburb in area, Braemar is known for being peaceful and quiet. Local Amenities include; Tyree Business Park, Bunnings Warehouse,…

Renwick

This thriving Southern Highlands community is surrounded by walkways, parks, mountain and rural views. It’s just minutes from Mittagong’s vibrant Town Centre and local schools. With the Community Centre underway and Village Square to follow soon, you really can look forward to a bright future here. Local Amenities include; Rotherwood Park and playground, Tangara school,…