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Tarago

The small village of Tarago is 11 kilometres along the Braidwood Road between Braidwood and Goulburn. It's home to a number of historic buildings including the Anglican Church and Loaded Dog Hotel which was the meeting place for many bushrangers including the notorious Frank Gardiner and Ben Hall. Much of the hotel is still in the original stone, brick and wood of that era.

For many years, Tarago was a staging post and railhead for the southern line. The major industry in the area was the Woodlawn Mine that produced copper, lead and zinc; now it has been converted to the Woodlawn Bioreactor.

Tarago: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Pelican Sheep Station


Pelican Sheep Station is just 10 kilometres south of Goulburn on the Braidwood Road and consists of 930 hectares of gently undulating country, lightly timbered with Eucalyptus Red Gum and Box on the hills.

Sheep shearing demonstrations are held for visitors and there are bushwalking trails where you can see the outline of the farm. Catch a glimpse of the many kangaroos and rabbits and all other animals in the wild. Depending when you visit Pelican Sheep Station, you may see a variety of farm activities.

Pelican Sheep Station offers a unique trip into traditional Australian country life. In the centre of Goulburn's sheep district - one of the great wool producing areas of the world.

48 hours notification is required for Pelican Sheep Station Tours, and they are conducted by request only. They will design a tour to your requirements.




Braidwood Road
Goulburn, NSW, 2580

Located 0.7K from Tarago

Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre


The Goulburn Locomotive Roundhouse is the largest heritage based operating roundhouse in New South Wales and displays the historic transition from steam to diesel operation. A range of locomotives, items of rolling stock and railway ephemera are exhibited.

Take a tour through the Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre and enjoy a step back in time and experience one of Goulburn's most treasured historic working relics - the Goulburn locomotive roundhouse. A significant part of the city's history, the 42 road circular shed with its 90 foot turntable was built in 1928 and continues to operate today.

In recent years, a group of passionate railway volunteers have formed the Goulburn Loco Roundhouse Preservation Society Inc. dedicated to keeping Goulburn's rich rail story alive.




12 Braidwood Road
Goulburn, NSW, 2580

Located 0.7K from Tarago

Tarago: Events

Run With The Wind


Run With The Wind offers ten kilometre and five kilometre fun runs suitable for all ages, motivations and pram joggers! It is an exciting fun run set amongst the wind turbines at the Woodlawn Wind Farm, situated near the town of Tarago.

Cash prizes for the first three overall male and female finishers in the 10 kilometre run: AUD1,500, AUD350, AUD200. Plus some fun categories and sport prizes, fastest 10 kilometre pram pusher and a team category!

Bungendore is ideally located between the South Coast and Canberra, a nice drive from Sydney too with nearby historic Braidwood boasting beautiful churches, pubs, cafes, galleries, craft and antique shops.

Make a weekend of it!


Event Dates
2016
      16th Oct


Tarago-Collector Road
Tarago, NSW, 2580

Located 6.7K from Tarago

Willowglen 4x4 Challenge


It is on again! The Toyota Land Cruiser Club (TLCC) Willowglen 4x4 Challenge is an exciting 4WD event held annually over the NSW October Long Weekend. The Willowglen 4x4 Challenge sees more than 20 teams consisting of four vehicles each, from various registered 4WD clubs competing over a Friday night stage, four stages on Saturday and four stages on Sunday.

The Friday night stage commences just after sunset, Saturday's events are all day and Sunday's events are all day concluding with the Mud Hole, followed by the presentation at approximately 6pm.

Follow the signs from Tarago.


Event Dates
2016
      30th Sep
      1st Oct
      2nd Oct


Cullulla Road,
Willowglen
Tarago, NSW, 2580

Located 7.1K from Tarago

Windellama Hall Monthly Markets


Windellama Hall Markets are held on the third Sunday of every month. They are sponsored by the Progress Association and Hall Incorporated.

The markets offer local produce, and they produce local arts, crafts and other items for sale.


Event Dates
2016
      16th Oct
      20th Nov
      18th Dec
2017
      19th Feb


Windellama Road,
Corner of Oallen Ford Road
Windellama, NSW, 2580

Located 20.6K from Tarago

Windellama Small Farms Field Day


The Windellama Small Farms Field Day is an entertaining and informative way to learn more about the practicalities of small farm holdings and rural living. A showcase for farming equipment, machinery and rural supplies, it's also a great opportunity to meet local and specialist product and service providers, speak to experts, catch up with friends and above all, have fun.

This year's event has something for everyone including commercial exhibits, livestock, garden supplies, market and craft stalls, live entertainment and children's amusements.

Among the exhibits, you'll find natural building techniques, renewable energies, irrigation and water saving technologies, nurseries, aquaculture, livestock and animal husbandry demonstrations, bee keeping, farm forestry, natural fertilisers, organic products, portable stockyards, farm equipment and heavy machinery, and handyman tools.


Event Dates
2016
      5th Nov


Oallen Ford Road,
Corner of Windellama Road
Windellama, NSW, 2580

Located 20.6K from Tarago

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