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Monga: Where To Go / Sightseeing

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 11.9K from Monga

FyreGallery


FyreGallery is a boutique fine art gallery specialising in works on paper and textiles. FyreGallery usually exhibits April to May and November to December each year.

Located in the heart of unique heritage listed Braidwood, New South Wales, FyreGallery is committed to an ethos of "beautiful, functional and sustainable". Since opening in 2005 FyreGallery has acquired a reputation for surprising and delighting clients and visitors alike.





84 Wallace Street
Braidwood, NSW, 2622

Located 16.3K from Monga

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 16.6K from Monga

The Saddle Camp


The Saddle Camp is located just ten minutes from Braidwood and is where they make your horsey dreams come true!

Have your own horse as long as you stay; learn to ride, care for and compete your beautiful, gentle horse 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 heart's 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 children's return.

They also offer camping for those who wish to stay. It's a fabulous way for you and your family to still spend time together yet give parents the opportunity to relax whilst kids are able to join in the fully supervised activities. Camping includes use of all facilities, including power, free WiFi, shower and toilets.




1040 Bombay Road
Braidwood, NSW, 2622

Located 19.8K from Monga

Sudden Echo Day Spa


Looking for a day out with a difference? Visit coastal town Nelligen and spend the day being pampered. Enjoy a spa, sauna, massage, clay body wrap, mineral salt scrub, facials, hand and feet revivals! And for the daring - try the ice cold detox plunge! What ever your needs, there is a package to suit you.

Sudden Echo is set amongst beautiful gardens with beautiful bush surrounds. Located 10 minutes from Batemans Bay and just 1.5 hours from Canberra, why not book today for your pamper and lunch. Check out Facebook and their website for more details.





Lot 28 The River Road
Nelligen, NSW, 2536

Located 20.5K from Monga

The Corn Trail Walk


The Corn Trail follows the route used by the pack horse teams of early settlers in the 1830s as they traded produce, mainly corn grown in the fertile valley, with their neighbours on the southern tablelands. The trail crosses high mountain ridges and deep rainforest valleys. Some parts of the track are very steep and most people follow the trail downhill. Car parks at either end enable car shuffling.

Access from the top: From Batemans Bay, follow the Kings Highway for 40 kilometres and turn left into River Forest Road to the Dasyurus Picnic Area.
Access from the bottom: From Batemans Bay, follow the Kings Highway for 29.5 kilometres and turn left into Misty Mountain Road, then right onto No Name Road (last section is 4WD only)

Length: 15 kilometres one way.
Time: Five to six hours downhill.
Grade: Moderate to difficult.




Monga National Park
Batemans Bay, NSW, 2536

Located 23.8K from Monga

Monga: Events

Braidwood Festival and Airing of the Quilt


Annually, the fourth weekend in November sees the Festival of Braidwood celebrated with hundreds of quilts adorning the main street, displayed in various places and sold at Quilt and Craft markets.

A visit to this famous Quilt Event is a must. Enjoy the walk through Heritage Listed Braidwood and make sure you don't miss any of the long list of activities and things to do Braidwood offers for the whole family. Visit the antique car show; go to a carriage ride through town, visit the Quilt Market, fabric sales, art exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops and a display of Cosplay costumes and much much more.

They will have a map for you to find them all and to the many businesses and eateries that make Braidwood a unique place to visit.


Event Dates
2016
      26th Nov
      27th Nov


Wallace Street
Braidwood, NSW, 2622

Located 16.3K from Monga

Regrowth Tree Planting Music Festival


The Regrowth Tree Planting Music Festival is responsible for planting 63,000 native plants over the past nine years. The festival is blended with nature, presenting elaborately themed stages, quality sound systems and the highest sustainable festival practices in the world - earning a coveted Greener Festival Award.

Presenting diverse music over four days - from live bands to live electronic music from around the world. A tuned community dedicates a proportion of the energy existing at festivals to regenerate, planting native vegetation at the festival site for the benefit of flora and fauna.

Alongside this, interactive arts, expression, and learning spaces are present to allow all participants to share and learn.


Event Dates
2017
      20th Jan
      21st Jan
      22nd Jan
      23rd Jan


Location to be confirmed
Majors Creek, NSW, 2622

Located 20.0K from Monga

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