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Braidwood

This pretty country town, 10 kilometres to the east of Canberra, has historic Georgian buildings, beautiful old stone churches, 100-year-old oak trees and craft and antique shops. The town is an artistic hub, with the studios of artists, potters, ironworkers, craftspeople and fashion designers all based in the town's historic buildings.

There are plenty of things to keep you entertained in and around Braidwood. Browse through galleries, antique shops and craft stores, learn about the gold rush era at the Braidwood Museum or have a beer at the Royal Mail Hotel.

Nearby are waterfalls, bushwalking trails, caves and native flora and fauna in the surrounding national parks.

Braidwood: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Braidwood Museum


The Braidwood Museum, situated in the main street of the National Trust Heritage Town of Braidwood, was built of local granite as the Royal Mail Hotel in 1845. This grand building was bought by the Oddfellows Friendly Society in 1882 and since 1970 has been owned and operated by the local Historical Society.

The museum shows you something of the lifestyle of those early times and the dramatic events of the gold fields, bushrangers and the Chinese settlers.

To find out more about this region's historical and recreational facilities visit the museum and see for yourself.




186 Wallace Street
Braidwood, NSW, 2622

Located 0.3K from Braidwood

The Saddle Camp


The Saddle Camp is located just ten minutes from Braidwood for girls only horse riding adventures!

Make all of your horse dreams come true with your own horse as long as you stay. Learn to ride, care for and compete your beautiful, gentle horses or pony.

Perfect for beginners - take part in a range of riding lesson camps, mini gymkhanas, bush trails and lots of other fun horse adventures to fill your hearts desires!

Boys are more than welcome to join the day activities but overnight stays are strictly girls only.

For The Parents - relax with a coffee at the bush cafe where you will find local and season inspired meals and the place to purchase local jams, relishes, juices and more. Enjoy one of the wilderness walks and spot some of the local endangered species while you wait your childrens return.




1040 Bombay Road
Braidwood, NSW, 2622

Located 3.9K from Braidwood

Sully's Cider at the Old Cheese Factory


Visitors can absorb the region's food heritage and sample a unique range of quality goods that reflect the region's rural industries and cultural heritage.

Discover the region's cider heritage and the significance that cider has played in Australia and in the Braidwood region in particular. Sample cider made with English and French cider apple varieties. Real cider made using similar techniques and apple varieties used in the region in the 1860s.

Indulge in food inspired by their local seasonal produce. Engage in events, activities and workshops that both educate and entertain. Apple pressing, cheese making, bread baking and home butchery to name a few.

Relax in the shady picnic spot surrounded by heritage fruit trees and magnificent rural vistas.

Champion of seasonality, regional produce, heritage and cultural distinctiveness.




92 Sawyers Ridge Road,
Reidsdale
Braidwood, NSW, 2622

Located 18.3K from Braidwood

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