As Australia’s first inland town, Goulburn has a lot on offer. When you visit our region, you’ll appreciate its country charm and fresh air. The region presents a unique and balanced lifestyle opportunity to enjoy stunning rural landscapes, heritage architecture, contemporary art, modern boutique shopping, relaxed casual dining and plenty of fresh air.


Trappers Bakery

Located right next door to the motel, here you can sit in the sun and relax while having one of the famous pies, a cup of coffee and a delicious sweet treat, a sandwich or whatever takes your fancy. All the delectable pastries are baked fresh in the bakery every morning and are made with all-natural, fresh ingredients. Credit: TRAPPERS BAKERY



The Big Merino

The Big Merino is a 15.2 metres tall concrete merino ram located in Goulburn. The Big Merino contains a gift shop on the ground floor and a wool display on the second floor. Visitors can climb to the top and look out through the Merino’s eyes to view the local area. Credit: THE BIG MERINO



Belmore Park

Belmore Park is situated in the centre of Goulburn on the site of the original market place.  Featuring a number of beautiful monuments and ornaments including the Band Rotunda, gardens, fountain, glass house conservatory and war memorials. Enjoy the picnic tables and children’s playground. Credit: VISIT NSW



Bungonia National Park

Bungonia National Park, in easy reach of Goulburn, is an outdoor adventure playground offering caving, canyoning, rock climbing, abseiling, hiking and impressive views. Whether you’re looking to do an easy walk through woodland or wanting to push your body to the limits scaling a wall of limestone, Bungonia National Park is the place to visit. Known as the adventure capital of the Southern Tablelands, what at first appears to be a dry plateau quickly opens itself up to reveal a diverse and dynamic landscape filled with natural surprises. Credit: VISIT NSW



Rocky Hill War Memorial and Museum

Rocky Hill War Memorial opened in 1925 as a lasting tribute to the men and women of Goulburn who served during World War 1. The Memorial Tower is constructed of concrete and clad in local stones, some of which were carried to the site by local residents and returned servicemen as part of ANZAC Day commemorations in 1923. A small museum opened in the basement of the tower in 1927 to house a collection of objects from the Great War, including sixteen items of national significance. The collection has grown extensively over the years and now spans Australia’s involvement in war from the 19th century to the current day. Credit: VISIT NSW


“Great coffee and very accommodating. Highly recommend!”


“We stay here twice a year, and LOVE the service, staff are so helpful, and is conveniently close to petrol, and attached to an amazing bakery, for dinner and breakfast! We always love this place!”