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Wollondilly, NSW

Wollondilly is a popular destination for visitors, yet the name is often unfamiliar unitl memories stir with the mention of more prominent features such as Razorback Range and Burragorang Valley, or towns like Picton, Appin and Warragamba.


The district is rich in Aboriginal and European history. A colourful tapesty interweaves the Dreamtime legends of the Gundagurra and Tharawal people on a backdrop of gorges, ranges and plains with a rural patchwork created by the white settlers who followed the first fleet’s famous straying cattle to the Cowpastures.
Each of the Shire’s towns and villages have their own stories to tell and personalities to meet but the rural charm with country hospitality is found everywhere.
Wollondilly offers a wide variety of accommodation styles to suit all tastes and budgets. Whether it is a nature break, a stay on a farm, a relaxing retreat, a visit for business pruposes or a stop over of the way through.

Nearest Airport: Mittagong

Popular Activities

  • Golfing

About Wollondilly

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