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Empire Cinema

Empire Cinema

Empire Cinema is the oldest commercial cinemas in the country operating from 15 September 1915. It celebrated its centenary on 15 September 2015. 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 civic farewell venue 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…
Allymac Massage Therapy

Allymac Massage Therapy

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, they 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.…
Endota Spa Bowral

Endota Spa Bowral

Endota Spa is the all Australian day spa network. Endota Spa, Bowral, is located on Merrigang Street 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 and have a full indulgence. They are conveniently located opposite Corbett Gardens and just up from the fire station. When approaching Bowral from the Mittagong direction, turn left into Merrigang st at the first traffic lights. Endota spa Bowral is your exclusive…
Corbett Gardens

Corbett Gardens

Corbett Gardens in Bowral is the showpiece of the Tulip Time Festival and dates back to 1911 when, at Mrs Ada Corbett's suggestion, the local tourist association purchased Deadmans Paddock for a public park. Corbett Gardens, located in the centre of town, boasts a huge array of tulips and colourful springtime bulbs, shrubs and trees. Corbett Gardens in Bowral, one of the region's oldest and most beautiful parks, is the centrepiece of the Spring Garden Festival with over 75,000 massed tulips on display and 15,000 annuals. The Festival attracts over 40,000 people each year and is held at the end…
Dirty Janes Bowral

Dirty Janes Bowral

Bowral's only permanent antique market, offering the best in vintage. Incorporating antique furniture, lighting, architectural, beautiful quality preloved home furnishings, LP's, vintage clothing and so much more. Over 85 dealers bring new stock in daily, ensuring there is always fresh stock on to see. The in store Tea Salon offers shoppers a great places to relax with light lunches, high teas and morning and afternoon tea
Bespoke Letterpress

Bespoke Letterpress

Bespoke Letterpress is one of the world's leading letterpress studios designing and printing fine letterpress and hot foil stationery. Originally launched in Brisbane in 2007, in early 2013 they relocated to beautiful Bowral in the Southern Highlands south of Sydney, and now run their letterpress studio, flagship store and letterpress cafe The Press Shop from their lovely new location on the main street of town. They print the old fashioned way, using antique cast iron machines, letterpress printing on imported luxuriously thick cotton paper, mixed with patience, perfection and a whole lot of love. They cherish the craftsmanship of letterpress.…
Bowral Art Gallery

Bowral Art Gallery

Nestled in the Bowral arts precinct, behind the Bowral Library, discover their cottage gallery, sculpture garden and contemporary workshops. A premier organisation of the arts in the highlands and home to the Bowral and District Art Society Inc. our aim is: To encourage the practice and appreciation of the Arts in the Southern Highlands. Extensive exhibition calendar showcasing experienced and emerging artists. For more information, go to the website.
Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame

Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame

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…
Bowral Lookout

Bowral Lookout

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. Bowral Lookout has parking and disabled access (with views to the south-west). Maps are available from the Southern Highlands Welcome Centre (Information Centre) in Mittagong. Dogs are permitted on a leash.
Gibbergunyah Reserve

Gibbergunyah Reserve

Gibbergunyah Reserve is one of contrasts with secluded, shady walking trails and sunny, rocky outcrops to picnic on – a calm respite from the hurly burly of town. At over 800 metres Ninety Acre Hill Lookout has sweeping views of the distant Blue Mountains from its lichen clad boulders. Wombats and echidnas make their lairs in the crevices of the rocks below. There is a view of Mount Gibraltar from the Gib Lookout. The bushland ranges from open woodland on the drier edges to tall moist fern-carpeted forest in the deeper gullies and is typical of sandstone ridges in the…
Mount Gibraltar

Mount Gibraltar

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…
Mount Jellore Lookout

Mount Jellore Lookout

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 Southern Highlands Welcome Centre, Mittagong.
Illawarra Tourism Route

Illawarra Tourism Route

Take in the beauty of the Southern Highlands, Illawarra and Morton National Park from the comfort of your car on the Illawarra tourism route. After fuelling up with petrol and a cuppa in Bowral take Nowra Road to Fitzroy Falls, travelling through the rolling hills and pretty pastures of farming country. Stop to walk to the falls and collect maps from the Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre, then continue on to Belmore Falls, absorbing striking views over the sandstone escarpment and deep valleys as you drive. From Belmore Falls in Morton National Park, drive through lush rainforest to Robertson; be sure…
Sturt Gallery & Studios

Sturt Gallery & Studios

Sturt is the oldest design centre in Australia set amidst historic buildings and gardens, treasured as a centre of excellence for Australian contemporary craft, The multi-award winning craft and design shop, gallery, cafe and craft studios house a superb collection of Australian craft representing over 300 makers. Ceramics, woodwork and jewellery are made on site by resident craftspeople while courses and workshops have inspired generations of makers. The gallery delivers exhibitions year round and the relaxed garden cafe is a must visit for creative lovers heading to the Southern Highlands.
Mittagong Antiques Centre

Mittagong Antiques Centre

Come in and meet our friendly team and the experienced and knowledgeable dealers of the Centre. From the freshly painted exterior to the inviting front door entrance, you will find yourself immersed in a bygone era. With over 45 dealers exhibiting their wares sourced from all around the globe, you will need to allow yourself time to explore the wondrous array of antiquities, collectables and fine arts, including arts by local artisans. 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. At…
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