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SUTTON FOREST has been a popular travellers' stop since the early
1800's and today visitors to the area love to call in and wander
through the attractions in this historical village.
Nestled among rolling hills between the Bong Bong and Paddy's
Creek rivers, Sutton Forest was the site of a number of large land
grants to early settlers soon after it was discovered in the 1820's.
The village boasts a thriving pub that offers live music, gorgeous
food and arguably the best rural views to be had while sipping a
Sutton Forest Inn is the place to stop for sustenance with friends
and family any day of the week.
The Everything Store is filled with antiques, bric-a-brac and
collectables that will keep keen collectors browsing for hours.
The friendly staff at The Everything Store offer the same attentive
service that would have been experienced in days of yore.
A must-stop shop is Highlands Delights where visitors can sample
and buy fresh, regional produce to savour at home or during their
stay in the Highlands. Olives, baklava, jams, cheeses, juices and a
fresh fruit stall are waiting to be savoured at this delightful store.
Once the shopping is out of the way, it's time to head north to
Southern Highlands Wines and savour some of the regions award-
Meanwhile to the south of the village are two fine old Georgian
buildings at the Equestrian Centre (1km past the stores) which were
originally inns; near it the original Harp Inn (now a Bed and
Breakfast); and another, now demolished, once stood next to the
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