About Goulburn

About Goulburn

Goulburn is in NSW, and was the first inland city in Australia. It is arguably the best-located regional city, being approximately two hours from Sydney, one hour from Canberra and one and a half hours from the coast, smack bang in the middle of the bush. It has a population of approximately 24,000. Employment is quite diverse, which allows the city to flourish under all conditions.

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Goulburn Attractions:

  • The Big Merino which is located opposite the motel
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Wakefield Park motor racing circuit
  • Historic buildings in Australia’s first inland city including Galleries and St Clair Folk Museum and Archives, Goulburn’s historic waterworks and Bradley Grange & Brewery
  • Riversdale Homestead, Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre, St Saviours Cathedral, Goulburn War Memorial and Museum, Wombeyan Caves Conservation Reserve and Bungonia National Park which are just some of the interesting local sites.