As Australia's first inland city, Goulburn has a rich heritage and long history showcased it its landscape and attractions. Located in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, this holiday destination features everything from racing facilities to exciting annual events. Found just southwest of Sydney, Goulburn promises to be an unforgettable vacation.
- Saint Saviour's Cathedral
- Goulburn Brewery
- Bungonia National Park
- Step back time at the Goulburn Historic Waterworks
- Play a round at the Goulburn Golf Club
- See the Big Merino
Goulburn has a climate that is generally dry with temperatures ranging between -5 to 18°C in the winter months of June through August and about 28°C in summer (December through February). There is an average of 75 days of rain annually, which provides a total of 641 mm. Although winters get rather chilly, the city can be visited almost any time of the year.
Getting There & Around
Goulburn is approximately a two hour's drive from Sydney Airport, and about one hour from the Canberra International Airport. Both airports are connected to the city by the Hume Highway, a scenic drive. There is also an airport in the city; however, it only handles light aircraft. .
The rail station in the city is served by the CityRail network and CountryLink. Trains operate from the city to Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Griffith. There are also taxis and buses to get around and see the local area attractions and activities. .
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