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Bowral, NSW

Bowral has a reputation for brilliantly maintaining an old-style facade that harks back to colonial times. As such, it’s great for antique shopping and other quaint Australian artifacts and holds a overall friendly air that makes it a popular destination on the South Coast. The Tulip Time festival is held annually, running for two weeks from the last week of September. Bowral’s other claim to fame is that it’s the town where all-time Australian cricketing hero Sir Donald Bradman spent his seminal years. Visit the Bradman Museum and Brad man Oval while you’re here for a special sense of history.


Nearest Airport: Mittagong

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About Bowral

  • Locality: Major urban locality
  • Bowral Postcode: 2576
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: South Coast
  • Latitude: -34.4778
  • Longitude: 150.41809
  • Elevation: 679m
  • Population: 10335
  • Median Income: $34060
  • Area (Sq/km): 37.181
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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