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Bowral Wine District - Wine, Wineries, Districts, Vineyards, Winery Tour Maps, Cellar Doors - Bowral, Berrima, Mittagong - Southern Highlands Wine Region

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climate The Bowral Wine District in the Southern Highlands Wine Region, NSW, is centred on the scenic cool climate areas around the delightful townships of Bowral, Mittagong and Berrima, located about 120 km south of Sydney. Bowral has always been a very popular wee-end getaway destination for Sydney's population because it combines rural charm, comfortable facilities and fabulous local wine of food. The town has stunning private gardens and magnificent tulip displays in Spring, roses in summer and all the colours of leaf fall from the European deciduous trees in autumn. Bowral is a stunning place to shop for arts and crafts, antiques, homewares, jewellery, fresh foods and wines. Some of the local attrctions and activities include: # Visiting the Bradman Museum of Cricket at the famous Bradman Oval that showcases the life of Australia's greatest cricketer # The many equestrian events held throughout the year and the local horse riding trails. # Enjoy many sports such as fly fishing, golf, bowls, rock climbing and bushwalking # The Bowral Tulip Festival held at the ends of September # The Bong Bong Picnic Races held in November # The Autumn Garden Festival in May # Wine tasting at the many boutique wineries in the area including Greenbrier Park Vineyard and Centennial Vineyards Winery , that has an outstanding restaurant. # Bushwalking on the many trails surrounding Mount Gibraltar and enjoying the views form the many scenic lookouts.

The Southern Highlands Region is home to 3 districts: Bowral ; Moss Vale ; Bundanoon.

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