Parks, Reserves and Golf at Moss Vale
Those who love nature at its finest will want to visit the Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve. Bolstered by the wildlife that have chosen this wildlife reserve as the place to be and the waters of the Wingecarribee River, it is a pleasant place to walk, go birdwatching and have a picnic.
Access by the northern entrance to Moss Vale.
This colonial estate is a significant heritage property is managed by Sydney Living Museums and is one of its finest rural property’s. Consisting of the family home, the stables and garden:
One of a number of vineyards in the surrounds of Moss Vale, Mount Ashby Estate Vineyard is a place where you can enjoy a meal or a glass of wine with a Charcuterie Plate. Antique lovers will also want to visit here for the Bowral Produce Store now located here, to view the Provincial 17th to 19th Century antiques on display.
Golf: Golf is a big attraction here, the Moss Vale Golf Course is one of Australia’s highest rated courses and defenitely one of the most scenic.
Every year, the Tulip Time Festival is held here in Bowral. In the months of September to October, there is an burst of colour for all to see:
Another nearby town well worth visiting is Mittagong, with its mountain view lookouts and great restaurants:
The historical town of Berrima, just a short drive from Mittagong and Bowral was cutoff from the main railway line in the 1800s and the inter-state highway in the 1900s. It consequently preserved not only its buildings, but its history:
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