Home' Visitors Guide : Winter 2010 Contents 10 ❙ Winter 2010
WHAT TO SEE AND DO
• Bradman Oval and Museum
• Play on the swings at Glebe Park
• Milk Factory Gallery and Café
• Centennial Winery and Restaurant
• Meander though Corbett Gardens
• Antique hunting
• Golf courses
• See a movie
• Stroll or bike ride along the Cherry Tree Walk
• Go for a picnic at Mount Gibraltar lookout
• See the stunning Hopewood Gardens
• Try award winning Gumnut Patisserie
• Coffee break in Corbett Plaza
• Stroll through Springetts Arcade
romantic lunch at The Brasserie
• Try the newest pub in town -- The Imperial
THIS TOWN BUZZES WITH BUSY RETAIL
ACTIVITY, CAFÈS, RESTAURANTS, BUSINESS
MOST PEOPLE COME to the Southern Highlands to get
away from it all -- and you can too by starting in Bowral.
Everything you need for your stay can be found in the
region's hub, where the bulk of the Southern Highlands
The region is known for its very distinct seasons and many
tourists find the best time to visit Bowral would be during either
autumn and winter. The trees explode during this time with
bright reds and oranges and the winter air is crisp and lively.
Throughout the year the country roads are littered with
imported European cars or horse trailers on their way to the
next equestrian event.
Regal homes hide down wide streets behind established
gardens. There are coffee shops around every corner, each
of them filled to the brim with happy locals and excited
visitors. Sit back and enjoy your favourite hot drink while
doing some celebrity watching.
Antique stores, art galleries, bookshops and the regions only
independent cinema are some of the draw cards to Bowral
town centre. Idyllic golf courses attract players of all handicaps.
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