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Welcome to Upper Lachlan Tourism’s website, your guide to a great rural experience.

The Upper Lachlan region sits high on the Great Dividing Range in the New South Wales Southern Tablelands and is bounded by the Abercrombie , Wollondilly and Lachlan rivers. The regional centre is the township of Crookwell which is a picturesque 2 ½ hour drive from Sydney or just over an hour north of Canberra.


Amongst the rolling hills of the shire you will find pioneering villages each with its own rich history and individual contribution to the character of the area. Spend a few days and you can explore the stone architecture of Taralga, the gold mining history of Tuena, the fine wool region of Gunning and the bushranging past of Collector just to name a few...


This site details the many attractions the Upper Lachlan Shire has to offer, including its heritage, natural setting, shopping, accommodation and dining opportunities. We look forward to seeing you soon....

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