One of NSW's most fabulous old-school Greek diners, the Paragon has barely changed since it opened in 1948. With an extensive a la carte menu of Greek and Australian favourites, from steak to veal to seafood (includ…
Once belonging to the first Australian-born white explorer, Hamilton Hume, this wonderfully preserved 1835 cottage is a significant piece of modern Australian history.
This groovy hub prides itself on live music and boutique brewed beer rather than big screens and poker machines. Art and photography exhibitions line the walls.
In Wee Jasper, about 57km southeast of Yass, along some partly dirt roads, you'll find this enchanting limestone cave.
About 40km southeast of Goulburn, and abutting Morton National Park, Bungonia has a dramatic forested gorge, deep caves and a cool camping area with hot showers, toilets, a communal kitchen and gas barbecues. Walkin…
The museum features a model reconstruction of the town in the 1890s. Check at the adjacent information centre for low-season opening hours.
This three-storey-high celebration of Australian wool and shearing culture takes the form of a giant ram with a museum inside.