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Centennial Vineyards

252 Centennial Road, Bowral NSW 2576

Centennial Vineyards is about cool climate grape growing and winemaking. The vines ripen with lower temperatures than most Australian wine regions. Because the climate is colder, vines ripen the fruit much more slowly and evenly than in warm regions, producing balanced, aromatic fruit.

All wines are crafted on site in the state-of-the-art winery, allowing the production of quality cool-climate wines, with maximum aroma and flavour and presented at their optimum bottle age.

Centennial Vineyards specialise in single vineyard, cool climate wines, planted over 80 acres, including: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Verdelho, Pinot Gris, Albarino, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Tempranilo, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Late Harvest Semillon and Methode Champenoise.

Centennial Vineyards invites you to visit and experience the charm and warmth of the Cellar Door whilst tasting the fine wines.

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Bou-saada Vineyard and Wines

Kells Creek Road, Mittagong NSW 2575

Bou-saada is a 100 acre property situated in the cool wine region of the Southern Highlands.

Cradled in the high ranges above Mittagong, one hour from Sydney, Bou-saada's family run vineyard offers cool climate wines from grapes grown only on the property. Use of local timbers dominate the environmentally sensitive, Australian contemporary design cellar, where a casual vintner's lunch can be enjoyed by the fire or overlooking the vineyard.

It is home to a 13 acre vineyard which began with plantings of Sauvignon Blanc vines in 1997 followed by Merlot, Chardonnay and Riesling in 1998. In 2001, a further seven acres were prepared for planting out in 2002 adding Pinot Noir, Tempranillo and Cabernet Franc. The mixed variety vineyard enables Bou-saada to produce a wide-range of exclusive wines from their own grapes.

Visit Bou-saada and enjoy boutique wines!

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Marist Brothers Wines

843 Old South Road, Mittagong NSW 2575

Marist Brothers Wines have come a long way since the first planting of Pinot Noir in 1999 to the release of their first vintage port for the Centenary of the Hermitage. Visitors to the Hermitage are now greeted by rows of meticulously tended grapevines, drawing many parallels to the French origins of the Marist Brothers.

The first vineyard that you will discover once you leave the M5 motorway from Sydney is "The Hermitage Vineyard", the home of Marist Brothers' Wines. All the grapes used in the production of these wines are grown entirely on the Brothers' property. Planted over an area of 13 hectares, The Hermitage Vineyard supports a range of cool climate grapes including Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Merlot, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Solera Dessert Merlot.

The Cellar Door is open each Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

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Diamond Creek Estate Cellar Door

292 Diamond Fields Road, Mittagong NSW 2575

Diamond Creek Estate Vineyard and Olive Grove, award winning premium cool climate wines. Varieties are Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon.

The 15 acre vineyard is situated in Mittagong and enjoys a perfect micro climate to grow sensational grapes for these great fruit driven wines. Open by appointment.

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Joadja Winery

Corner Joadja Road and Greenhills Road, Berrima NSW 2577

Joadja Vineyards and Winery is the oldest vineyard and winery in the Southern Highlands wine area (established 30 years). You can enjoy the beautiful scenic vineyards and award-winning cool-climate wines, just 90 minutes from Sydney and close to Wollongong and Canberra.

The small winery has a very "hands on" approach, with some stainless steel and an emphasis on traditional winemaking methods. These include minimal intervention, the use of oak fermentation and maturation, and first quality fruit.

Using winemaking techniques from both new world technology and old world tradition, all wines are crafted on site, at cool optimal ambient temperatures. The cool climate allows the grapes to develop intense flavour, freshness, and balance and Joadja harnesses this in the winery.

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endota day spa Bowral

20 Merrigang St, Bowral NSW 2576
Endota: an indigenous Australian word meaning beautiful Endota spa is the fresh, soothing, all-Australian day spa at home near you. Here, wellness is the way. Laidback and friendly, Endota spa welcomes absolutely everyone. Flawless walls. Timber benches. Essential oils meandering on the air. A billabong footbath lapping at your feet. Lap up Australian organic ingredients in every spa treatment, and at home, soak up organic Endota skincare. Endota spa provide ahhhh-mazing space for sidling in and chilling out. And ahhh-inspiring business opportunities for motivated day spa franchisees – we’re Australia’s largest day spa network, and Australia’s most successful day spa franchise system.
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Grape Escape

209 Old Wingello Road, Bowral NSW 2576
Grape Escape are specialists in the Southern Highlands region, and know the cellar door owners personally. Kate has been calling on the wineries for over 14 years. They now have a new and exciting tour offering engaged couples and their families a Wine/Wedding Venue Tour. On the bus they always have cheese, water and lollies. Grape Escape will film a video for you on your day in the vines - happy days! The Grape Escape coach seats 13 passengers and tours are tailored to your requirements. The company is owned by the operator. They will do their very best to ensure your day is a memorable one, with the best service and experiences on offer.
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Highlands Chauffeured Hire Cars Tours

3 Jenwood Avenue, Mittagong NSW 2575
Highlands Chauffeured Hire Cars Tours provide wine tours, local tours, and wedding transport for small or large groups and can include lunch. Book a vintage or luxury car. Discover the boutique wineries of the Southern Highlands. The cool climate wines of the region are being compared with similar areas in France and Italy. The region is one of only three in Australia producing intensely varietal cool climate wines. Most varieties have a real Southern Highlands spin - the reds are lighter and fruitier, more in the Italian style. The whites promise complexity and plenty of character. Thirteen cellar doors are open to the public. Touring the wineries of the highlands is a great holiday side trip, or a fantastic focus on a weekend. There are half and full day tours of a selection of these vineyards available which can include lunch or dinner at one of the many vineyard restaurants.
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Berrima Courthouse

Wilshire Street, Berrima NSW 2577
The Berrima Courthouse is the centrepiece of the historic village of Berrima, which was established in the 1830s during an era of great exploration, as the expansive state of New South Wales underwent massive change from a penal colony to a rural settlement. You can take a self-guided tour through this magnificent building, to see the seven square metre quilt that was stitched to commemorate the 175th birthday of Berrima and more than 200 black and white photos of the village, dating back to the 1830s. You will experience a chilling reminder of Australia's early justice and penal system as your tour takes you into the main court room, with over 50 mannequins dressed in period costume depicting the court room of the day. There is a wide screen audiovisual film of the life and times of Berrima.
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Berrima District Museum

1A Market Place cnr Bryan Street, Berrima NSW 2577
The Berrima District Historical Society Museum is housed in an historic weatherboard cottage. The museum's collection includes an array of artefacts from the Southern Highlands. See the remains of the German built canoe and the work of internees of Berrima Gaol, when it was used to house prisoners of war during 1914 to 1918. Recognised as one of the best small country museums, the exhibitions aim to give visitors a tantalising glimpse of early life in the district.
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Mrs Oldbucks Pantry

shop 4 , 15-17 Old Hume Highway, Berrima NSW 2577
Mrs Oldbucks Pantry of Berrima is an established business in operation for over 30 years, specialising in preserves, teas and fine foods. A visit to Berrima would not be complete without spending time in Mrs Oldbucks Pantry. Alongside their superb, subtly flavoured jams, toppings, honeys, mustards, sauces and chutneys, they stock 130 types of teas and a range of contemporary gourmet products, including marinades, dressings, mayonnaise, olive oil, exotic spices, olives and a range of premium confectionery to suite everyone's taste. Catering to the finest and most discerning palate there are superb, subtly flavoured jams, pungent mustards, tangy pure fruit jellies, chutneys, pure peanut butter, decadent toppings and fine speciality teas. The original and famous jam shop on the corner of the Old Hume Highway at historic Berrima in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Mrs Oldbucks Pantry also offer you their range of delicious products online.
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Harpers Mansion

9 Wilkinson Street, Berrima NSW 2577
High on the hill overlooking the historic colonial village of Berrima is Harper's Mansion. The 1834 two storey brick house proudly sits in a couple of acres of fine cool climate gardens. The House has been extensively restored and is now a superb example of an early Australian Georgian country house. The roses planted along the fence line from the front of the house down to the gate were selected for their suitability by Heather Cant, a local National Trust member and noted gardener and rose collector. The selection was based on the period when Harpers was built and for their continuous flowering habit. The garden also boasts a long hazelnut walk, a large pond home to native frogs and an old well. A special delight for children, young and old, is the extensive maze, formed by a tall leylandii hedge, established over 10 years ago.
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The Brown Shutter

9 Old Hume Highway, Berrima NSW 2577
Locate at the Northern end of Berrima, The Brown Shutter offers an adventure for all shoppers with a large range of giftware including home wares, educational toys, teddies, clothing and jewellery. The service at The Brown Shutter ensures that everyone that visits leaves having had a wonderful experience with gifts that are wrapped free of charge. Come and visit The Brown Shutter and make your next visit to the Southern Highlands one to remember!
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Bay Tree Gallery

116 Old Hume Highway, Berrima NSW 2577
The Bay Tree Gallery provides an opportunity to promote local artists and their work while at the same time providing a unique shopping experience. The Bay Tree Gallery has two gallery areas. The first exhibiting works by many local and featured artists including paintings, pottery, figurines, woodwork, jewellery and photography. The second gallery area features glasswork, pottery and a range of clothing accessories from the local area. The gallery has four areas for gifts and cards, ladies and men's fashions and accessories including quality leather bags, jewellery, hats, scarves, shawls and gloves. The gallery stocks a number of Australian brands including Pacific Sheepskin Ugg Boots, St Alban scarves, throws and blankets, Jacaru oil skin coats and hats, Clover Field soaps and products, Brilliant Silk hand painted scarves, Sarah Gordon Jewellery. The gallery has a huge range of gift cards for all occasions including a number of locally hand made cards.
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Bendooley Estate Book Barn

Bendooley Estate, 3020 Old Hume Highway, Berrima NSW 2577
Once a hayshed, the iconic Book Barn forms the centrepiece of the historic Bendooley Estate. Surrounded by picturesque paddocks, this unique building houses thousands of new, second-hand, rare and antiquarian books, and it features exposed timber beams, cathedral ceilings and huge, rustic iron pendant lights. Apart from being an atmospheric bookshop, the barn is home to the acclaimed Bendooley Estate Restaurant and cellar door. After you finish browsing the shelves, take a seat in front of the enormous stone fireplace and enjoy lunch prepared by their talented chefs. You can drop by any time for a coffee and treat, or to sample some of their acclaimed wines. For weddings and special events, the bookshelves are swiftly rolled away, transforming the barn into a magical space. Rustic yet refined, the barn also features a beautifully appointed bridal parlour, dance floor and modern bathroom facilities.
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Tertini Wines

Lot 5 Kells Creek Road, Mittagong NSW 2575
Tertini Wines is located in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, a classic cool climate wine growing region. Tertini Wines is dedicated to producing premium, cool climate wines with a particular interest in alternative varieties. The wines are subtle and elegant, with excellent fruit characters arising from the long, slow ripening period and Tertini's commitment to hand pruning, hand picking and low cropping. High natural acidity gives the wines a clean finish and good cellaring potential. The four distinct labels are Tertini, Tertini Crosswords, Tertini Eighteen 55, Tertini & Knight Private Collection. Tertini Wines is one of the most awarded wine producers in the Southern Highlands, a classic cool climate wine growing region.
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Box Vale Picnic Area

Box Vale Road off the Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW 2575
At the Box Vale Picnic Area, picnic tables and barbecues are provided near the track head car park and the lookout beyond the tunnel. Toilets are located to the east of the car park. Water is not provided at the barbecue areas. Box Vale Walking Track follows the formation of an historic railway line and passes through cuttings, along embankments and through a tunnel 84 metres in length. Although much of the surrounding terrain is steep and rocky, the 4.4 kilometre walking track has easy grades and the return walk takes about three hours. Maps are available from the Visitors Information Centre, Mittagong.
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Nattai Gorge Lookout

Box Vale Walking Track, Mittagong NSW 2575
Nattai Gorge Lookout is located at the end of the Box Vale Walking Track, Mittagong. This very popular track follows the route of an historic railway line from Welby to the Nattai escarpment. There are no hills to climb and the walk is interesting, through cuttings and a railway tunnel 90 metre long. The lookout boasts stunning views of the Nattai Gorge and you can see in the direction of the Blue Mountains. Box Vale Walking Track maps are available from the Visitors Information Centre, Mittagong.
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Box Vale Mine Walking Track and Lookout

Box Vale Road off the Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW 2575
The Box Vale Mine track follows the formation of an historic railway line and passes through cuttings, along embankments and through a tunnel 84 metres in length. Although much of the surrounding terrain is steep and rocky, the four point four kilometre walking track has easy grades and the return walk takes about three hours. There is also a one point eight kilometre spur track through pleasant bush land to 40 foot falls and a very steep track leads to vantage point below the falls. Picnic tables and barbecues are provided near the track head car park. Box Vale Mine Walking Track Maps are available from the Visitors Information Centre, Mittagong.
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Gibbergunyah Reserve

Boronia Street, Bowral NSW 2576
Gibbergunya took its name from Gibbergunya Creek. Gibbergunyah is a reserve for public recreation and for the preservation of native flora and fauna. There is a limited range of eucalypts; however there is a profusion of woody pear which resembles the waratah in foliage. The kangaroo, wombat and echidna have often been seen on the Gibbergunya Walking Track. The track is quite steep ascending from Howard's Lane, Welby but the easier approach is from Boronia Street in Bowral. Track brochures are available at the Visitors Information Centre, Mittagong.
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Gibraltar Hotel Bowral Golf Course

Centennial Road, Corner of Boronia Street, Bowral NSW 2576
At 5054 metre and a par 69, the course begins and ends at Harvey's Bar, which affords grandstand views over five holes including the first and eighteenth. The course has plenty of water features and undulating fairways, providing interest and challenge for beginners and experienced golfers alike. The course looks easy on the card but is one of the more interesting courses you will play, with varying demands placed upon your golf game. There is something here for everybody, with the course set amongst the most stunning beauty nature has to offer and breathtaking views!
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Milk Factory Gallery

33 Station Street, Bowral NSW 2576
The Milk Factory Art Gallery and Exhibition Space situated in the heart of Bowral's town centre, provides art lovers with a venue in which to view contemporary artwork as well as offering a unique space for exhibitors to profile their works. The main gallery features original artworks, handmade jewellery, sculpture, glass, fine woodwork, ceramics and textiles. The Art and Design Centre also retails art related gifts including books, gift cards and a selection of art materials. The original Milk Factory was primarily used as a depot for local farmers to manufacture dairy products and now this impressive space is ideal for exhibiting large works of art as well as sculpture and installations. Solo exhibitions are organised throughout the year as well as mixed and group shows. This includes all mediums from original works to printmaking, ceramics, photography and sculpture.
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Imperial Hotel

Corner Bong Bong Street and Bundaroo Street, Bowral NSW 2576
The Imperial Hotel is located in Bowral, in the heart of the Southern Highlands and just 90 minutes drive from the Sydney central business district. The Imperial Hotel was built on history and styled for the new millennium. It is one of the finest entertainment establishments in Bowral. The Imperial Bistro stands by their motto of "Good Food, Good Times" and their menu is testament to this - it'll get your mouth watering too. In the Imperial Cellars you can explore their fine selection of beer, wine and spirits - the Imperial Cellars drive-through is in the heart of Bowral.
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Made By Others

366 Argyle Street, Moss Vale NSW 2577
Made by Others is an art and design store located in the heart of Moss Vale! Visit Made By Others and you'll find an exciting and contemporary range of work from Australian and international designers. They have a unique collection of original paintings, prints, textiles, jewellery, object design, lighting and more. Ideally situated opposite Leighton Gardens and with parking at the rear, you can enjoy coffee, tea and cakes in a relaxed atmosphere.
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Dirty Janes Emporium

391 - 393 Bong Bong Street, Bowral NSW 2576
Bowral's only permanent antique market, offering the best in vintage. Dirty Janes Emporium is the latest retail venture from the team at Crowley and Grouch. Incorporating antique furniture, lighting, architectural, beautiful quality preloved home furnishings, and the fabulous Recycled Rags clothing salon, it is the one stop shop for style on a budget. Next door to the Emporium, Dirty Janes Antique Market now has over 50 dealers offering some wonderful pieces including garden ware, furnishings, ornaments, paintings, jewellery decorator items. If you would like to join their team and become a stall holder please contact them. They have a range of spaces on offer including individual display cabinets through to large floor spaces. The bi monthly markets are a great experience. The new Tea Salon now offers shoppers a great places to relax during their shopping experience.
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Mount Gibraltar

Off Oxley Drive, Mittagong NSW 2575
Mount Gibraltar at 863 metres is a collapsed volcanic core composed of very hard rock called Mount Gibraltar Trachyte or micro-syenite. 150 million years ago it pushed through the Hawkesbury Sandstone to form a high mountain now largely eroded away by wind and water. Mount Gibraltar is the highest point between the Illawarra Coast and the Great Dividing Range. It offers a range of short walks, with duration times of between 10 and 25 minutes. Numerous lookouts are accessible from Mount Gibraltar. All native plants, animals, rocks and timber are protected. Mount Gibraltar is located in Bowral and maps are available from the Visitors Information Centre, Mittagong.
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Moss Vale Golf Club

38 Arthur Street, Moss Vale NSW 2577
Moss Vale Golf Course is a golfer's paradise in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. The Moss Vale Golf Course is regarded as one of the prettiest and challenging courses in New South Wales, with avenues of pines, elms, gums and vividly coloured claret ash flanking the winding layout. The course was completed in its current layout in 1936. The course is 5,995 metre par 72 from the men's tees. A number of twists and turns, in addition to small elevated greens, make it a good test. The creek which runs through the course has to be crossed 12 times during the round! From the clubhouse, the Moss Vale layout appears hilly, but after the opening five holes it levels out. There are motorised carts for hire.
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Fitz Roy Iron Works

197 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW 2575
The Fitz Roy Iron Works was the first iron works in Australia, which operated from 1848 to the 1890s, establishing the industry in this country. The enterprise struggled to be successful over the subsequent decades, but assisted in the establishment of the iron industry in Australia. You can visit this historic site seven days per week. The exposed remains of the protected site are located in the underground car park of Highlands Marketplace. These remains have been conserved, maintained, and displayed with permanent public access provided as part of the interpretation, communication, and celebration of the history of this significant place.
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McGees Cycling Store

Shop1, 68 Station Street, Bowral NSW 2576
McGees Cycling Store's mission is to draw on their combined experience and with constant consideration for growth and improvement, provide outstanding service, support and quality products to the greater cycling community of the Southern Highlands in a unique and professional manner. Everyone involved at McGee's holds an abundance of experience and passion for cycling. Not only will the store cater for competition and top end but also carry a keen focus on family and recreation. Be it road or mountain bike, BMX, track or street cruisers the store is designed to accommodate all cycling aficionado. Bikes available for hire, including helmet and bike setup.
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Endota Spa Bowral

20 Merrigang Street, Bowral NSW 2576
Endota Spa is the all Australian day spa network. Splish, on Merrigang Street sits a blissful Endota Spa in a beautiful historic building. The spa boasts brilliant lead lighting, high ceilings and polished floor boards. A deep set bath for two, nail bar, skin bar, and micro-zone. The very best spot in town to zip in and zone out! Endota's other Southern Highlands location is their hotel day spa, tucked into Peppers Craigieburn. Retreat to Endotas' hotel day spa for beauty, spa, massage and facial treatments in a relaxing, rural setting.
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Mount Jellore Lookout

Mount Gibraltar Reserve, Bowral NSW 2576
Mount Jellore Lookout is located in the Mount Gibraltar Reserve, Bowral. It is regarded as the finest view on the mountain with the Mittagong-Bowral Road and the Main Southern Railway. In the far distance, the Nattai and Kanangra wilderness areas and the Blue Mountains (Katoomba) can be seen. To the north-west, farmland gives way to the bush of Mount Alexandra Reserve on the other side of the Old Hume Highway. In the middle distance Mount Jellore can be seen protruding above the dissected plateau. Maps are available from the Visitors Information Centre, Mittagong.
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Victoria's Natural Beauty Studio

Shop 10, Highlands Arcade, Corner Bong Bong and Wingecarribee Streets, Bowral NSW 2576
Victoria's Natural Beauty Studio has been established in Bowral since 1998. Our studio is warm and exclusive, headed by owner Vicki McWhirter who has 30 years experience in the industry and is also trained as a Paramedical Aesthetician. It is our mission to keep abreast of the newest innovations and treatments by continually updating our industry knowledge. We aim to provide the most thorough beauty treatments for you! Here at Victoria's Natural Beauty Studio we use only the highest quality products and equipment available. At Victoria's Natural Beauty Studio the services we offer are individualised facial treatments, body massage, waxing, IPL laser hair removal and skin treatments, manicures, pedicures, quality beauty products, professionally applied make up for special occasions, products used - Environ, ASAP; Jane Iredale, Phytomer, EyEnvy, Miranesse. Our specialised salon services and treatments are second to none! So call now.
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Ten Thousand Paces Gallery

Shop 10, Springetts Arcade, 302 Bong Bong Street, Bowral NSW 2576
Ten Thousand Paces Gallery in Bowral has become known as a regional hub for creative excellence in the visual arts. They have now added regional wines to the mix showcasing over 26 vineyards and almost 100 wines from the immediate region. As a cool climate area over 600 metres altitude the wines here are distinct and unique. Ranging from dry Rieslings with a minerally European approach in Exeter through to sophisticated Shiraz from single wine vineyards in Canyonleigh and everything in between. Every Thursday afternoon from 4pm - 6pm, the gallery hosts a wine tasting session featuring either the wines from a single vineyard or different styles. They would love to see you there. For more information, jump on their facebook page, subscribe to their newsletter or just pop in!
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Allymac Massage Therapy

Shop 10, Highlands Arcade, Bong Bong Street, Bowral NSW 2576
Each massage is based upon the needs of the client on the day. Some people may ask for relaxation massage, but what they really need is remedial massage. Others may ask for remedial massage but need lymphatic drainage. No matter what you need or want, we can arrange a massage to suit you. The various massages available are listed below. Remedial Massage - for the purpose of improving movement and reducing muscle restrictions. Helps posture and mobility. Relaxation Massage - as it is named, so it is. Relaxation massage is purely for the relaxation of the mind, body and spirit. It will also help with anxiety, depression, concentration and sleep. Lymphatic Drainage - excellent for Sinus problems, headaches, anxiety, sleep. Pregnancy Massage - helps improve circulation, relaxation for both mother and unborn child, reduces fluid retention, increases breathing capability. Hand/Foot Massage - pure luxury.
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Empire Cinema

327 Bong Bong Street, Bowral NSW 2576

Empire Cinema is the oldest commercial cinema in the country operating from 1915, and on 15 September last year celebrated its centenary. A four screen digital cinema screening first release films, national theatre and met opera. In 2014 awarded best independent regional cinema. The cinema was the venue for the civic farewell to Sir Don Bradman on his first Ashes Tour in 1930. It was one of the first country cinemas to install sound in 1930. In 2003 Awarded Best Independent Country cinema by the Independent Cinema Distributors. Since 2009, the Empire has been presenting performances from the New York Met Opera and London's National Theatre. Formation of one of Australia's most successful film societies - Films in the Southern Highlands (FISH) in 1994. Current membership 350.

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The Foyer Gallery

Civic Centre, Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale NSW 2577
The Foyer Gallery is a community exhibition space run by Wingecarribee Shire Council which presents an annual program of exhibitions showcasing principally the work of local artists and cultural groups. The Foyer Gallery is committed to representation from artists who live in the local Wingecarribee area and the fostering of cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural practices that reflect the dynamism and diversity of culture in the Wingecarribee.
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Bowral Lookout

Oxley Drive, Bowral NSW 2576
Bowral Lookout has parking and disabled access (with views to the south-west). The Bowral Lookout provides a scenic view overlooking Bowral, the Wingecarribee River Valley and Moss Vale. Mount Gingenbullen, and the Cuckbundoon Ranges (near Goulburn) can be seen in the distance. Several walking tracks radiate from here and there is car parking, toilets, tables, picnic areas and shelters available. Dogs are permitted on a leash.
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Bowral Art Gallery

1 Short Street, Bowral NSW 2576
The Berrima District Art Society was founded in October 1950 by Kath Smith and a committee of interested members of the general public. In 1970 the Society acquired, through the generosity of Edgar Bent, a cottage in Short Street, Bowral, which is still its permanent home. The Berrima District Art Society is now a very active centre for the arts in the Southern Highlands and prides itself on being committed to the appreciation of the arts in the Southern. They are committed to promoting and supporting the practice and appreciation of the arts in the Southern Highlands In 1993 a separate building was built in the grounds to accommodate workshops. A variety of classes and workshops are held in this building for adults and children. The workshops cover painting in all mediums, drawing including life drawing, printmaking and many other subjects.
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Mittagong RSL Club

Corner Old Hume Highway and Bessemer Street, Mittagong NSW 2575
Nestled at the foothills of Mount Gibraltar and Mount Alexander, the Mittagong RSL and Mineral Springs Resort is a great place to escape for a weekend or just a day, either alone or with family and friends, and enjoy the beauty and allure of the Southern Highlands. The RSL provides many meal options, such as a quick snack from the sandwich and cake selection at the Homestead Coffee Shop, to buffet and al a carte menus in the Mineral Springs Restaurant, accompanied by the friendly and efficient service of their quality staff. Take advantage of their all day lounge menu, or select something from the special late night menu if you feel peckish throughout the night. There is something for everyone, at the Mittagong RSL.
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Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame

St Jude Street, Bowral NSW 2576
The Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame is located in the NSW Southern Highlands, in the town of Bowral. It is situated in an area known as Glebe Park, which includes Bradman Oval and parkland. The adjacent children's playground is cricket themed and has a gas barbecue for picnics. The Bradman Museum houses state-of-the-art interactive experiences and a museum collection of national significance to suit everyone's interest. It begins with the Origins of Cricket and travels through all the significant eras through to the Big Bash League. Visitors should allow at least 90 minutes to experience the extensive exhibits within the Bradman Museum. Their facilities include public and accessible toilets, car parking, cricket nets, and visitor information. The Bradman Education Program has grown over the years to encompass the study of history, geography, English as well as science and sport. Pre and post activities are available.
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Lake Alexandra Reserve

Queen Street, Mittagong NSW 2575
Lake Alexandra in Mittagong Township is a man made lake which started life as a dam supplying water for engines hauling coal to the Fitzroy iron mines almost 140 years ago. A park land reserve surrounds the lake and birdlife lives in profusion on the water and shores. Barbecue facilities and shelter sheds are available. The whole area has recently been revamped and renovated. Lake Alexandra has a fantastic picnic and children's play area. Many walking tracks start at the lake. The Mount Alexandra Reserve is 2000 hectares in area (5,000 acres). Alexandra Reserve includes Box Vale Walking Track, Nattai Loop Track, Forty Foot Falls, Yellow Track, and Green Track and Red Track. Walking maps can be purchased from the Visitor Information Centre in Mittagong.
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Victoria House Needlecraft

49 Main Street, Mittagong NSW 2575
Victoria House Needlecraft stock a range of local and imported needlecraft supplies in Mittagong. Create your own masterpiece with Australia's oldest speciality needlecraft store. They have ten rooms of beautiful needlecraft for you to escape to, enjoy and lose track of time. They specialise in Knitting and Crochet, Needlepoint and Tapestry, Cross Stitch, Crewel and Embroidery. They supply all the threads, fabric, books, accessories and advice you need to start a new hobby, develop existing skills, indulge a passion and make something beautiful. Don't stitch and want to learn? Check the website for information on classes. Can't think of a gift? Buy someone you love, something they love from Australia's best range of local and imported needlecraft.
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Mittagong Antiques Centre

85-87 Main Street, Mittagong NSW 2575
Mittagong Antiques Centre houses quality antiques, collectables and vintage: furniture, estate jewellery, silver, rugs, oriental and tribal, books, cameras, retro clothing, art, porcelain, clocks and watches and all things Scottish. The Mittagong Antiques Centre is one of the largest antique centres outside metropolitan Sydney. It is located at the gateway to the beautiful and historic Southern Highlands of New South Wales in Main Street Mittagong. Relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings with a cup of genuine Italian Danesi coffee or choose from a wide range of teas. Tempt the taste buds with the gourmet homemade taste of their fresh food and cakes. Open for lunch and afternoon tea from 10am. At the lights in Mittagong.
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Berrima District Historical and Family History Society

Corner Bowral Road and Old Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW 2575
Berrima District Historical and Family History Society was founded in 1960 to encourage the study of Australian, local and family history and to establish a museum and a permanent archive for the preservation of the documentary and material heritage of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. The collections cover the major towns of Bowral, Mittagong, Moss Vale, Robertson and Berrima and the many villages in the area including Avoca, Aylmerton, Balaclava, Braemar, Bundanoon, Burrawang, Colo Vale, Exeter, Glenquarry, Hilltop, Kangaloon, Penrose, Sutton Forest, Tallong, Wildes Meadow and Wingello. Their Image Library contains more than 8,000 images of people and places relating to the area and beyond. The Historical Society can assist with all historical information for The Southern Highlands.
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Artemis Wines

46 Sir Charles Moses Lane, Old Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW 2575

Artemis Wines, Sunshack Cider & BEE mead

Family owned & operated winery, vineyard & voted The Best Small Cellar Door in the Southern Highlands by Gourmet Traveller 2015. Located just 1,5 hrs south of Sydney, 3 mins from Mittagong | 6 Minutes from Bowral.

The 7th generation of winemakers in the Balog family planted their vineyard in the Southern Highlands in 1996; the two winemaker brothers have been known as the Pinot Noir Pioneers in the region ever since.

Savour the region with our award winning premium cool climate wines and local produce tasting plates at the Artemis cellar door.

Also enjoy our Sunshack Cider, and Australia's first sparkling BEE mead which we also produce on site.

Our products are also available at Dan Murphy's, nationwide Dedication to producing fine wines is evident with recent awards such as...
- Gold for the 2008 Riesling at the Australian Highlands Wine Show
- Silver & Bronze at the International Riesling Challenge
- Top 40 Best NSW

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Sturt Craft Centre

Corner of Range Road and Waverley Parade, Mittagong NSW 2575
Established in 1941, Sturt is a national centre of excellence for the teaching and promotion of Australian contemporary craft and design. Sturt is a favourite destination for over 50,000 visitors each year who enjoy Sturt's inspiring Southern Highlands setting and magical cool climate gardens. Sturt features a contemporary design shop that is the ideal place to buy Australian designed products for the perfect gift or the serious collector, a professional gallery showcasing Australian and international craft artists and a great cafe in a fantastic garden location. Sturt maintains working studios in woodwork, ceramics, textiles, design and jewellery and offers classes and workshops throughout the year, an annual residential summer and winter school plus the world class Sturt School for Wood that teaches Australia's future fine furniture makers and designers.
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Back O The Moon

6380 Illawarra Highway, Moss Vale NSW 2577
Back O The Moon is a three acre garden surrounded by open fields and is located four kilometres from Moss Vale towards Robertson. The garden is set amongst large pines, flowering cherries, dogwoods and colourful autumn trees. There's a formal rose garden, pond garden, whimsical folly, bulb and woodland areas. Back O The Moon is a part of the Open Garden Scheme. The garden is available for wedding ceremonies and photographs. Garden is not open Autumn 2015. Watch this space for 2015 Spring open garden dates.
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Mount Ashby Estate and Cafe La Palette

128 Nowra Road, Moss Vale NSW 2577
Mount Ashby...hand picked! You might think visiting one winery will likely be the same as the next; not so. Pick wisely, and your experience could be more unique than you expect. Mount Ashby Estate is one such charming find. Nestled into the north face of the mountain, it is the perfect setting to enjoy the fine wines and French-inspired modern cuisine on offer at the cellar door and Café 'La Palette'. You will delight in the rustic ambience of what was, originally, a dairy; the surrounding fields still graze Holsteins. Your red or white, or culinary, delights arrive at grand tables, locally handcrafted from imported French timbers, and available custom made. Step across from the cellar door to the historic Produce Store, and you'll find displayed more remarkable French Farmhouse tables, and the wonderful Sally Beresford collection of antiques and objet d'art. Driving away, you'll want to come again.
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Sally Beresford Antiques/French Farmhouse Tables

128 Nowra Road, Moss Vale NSW 2577
What makes style: unique vision, bold choices, striking accents, contrast and fusion, a synthesis of innovation and tradition? If you're visiting the Southern Highlands, you'll find style exemplified at the Sally Beresford Antiques/French Farmhouse Tables showroom, just outside of Moss Vale. The collection lives in the rugged, and historic, Produce Store, on the Mount Ashby Estate Winery, a charming spot surrounded by vineyards and grazing dairy cows. Sally Beresford is unafraid of bold choices, and her range of bespoke, locally handcrafted tables, fashioned from select French and European timbers, speaks to this with distinctive lines, and a striking synthesis of the modern and time-honoured. This treasure trove is not short on elements to accent your home: French Provincial and English Georgian antiques, architectural and statement pieces, and objet d'art, acquired on Sally's buying trips to France. How could your search for style be disappointed here? It couldn't.
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Dianna Porter Acupuncture

Shop 2, 184 Bong Bong Street, Bowral NSW 2576
Dianna Porter Acupuncture is an holistic wellness centre in Milton village specialising in massage, Hahana hot stone massage, holistic facials, anti-ageing treatments, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, wholefood cooking classes and wellness seminars. Acupuncture and herbal medicine are proven effective for pain, natural fertility management, cancer support, digestion and respiratory conditions, skin conditions, pre-menstrual tension, painful periods, weight loss, stress and fatigue, immune support et cetera. Helping you regain your health or keep you healthy. Dianna has a Bachelor Degree (HONS) (TCM), Diploma of Beauty Therapy, Diploma of Chinese Remedial Massage, Certified practitioner of Hahana Hot Stone Massage, therapeutic chef and wellness instructor, Diploma of Meditation, researcher, writer and part-time lecturer at University of Western Sydney. EFTPOS available and health fund rebates apply. Registered with Chinese Medicine Board of Australia, member of AACMA.