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Woodhouselee: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Crookwell Wind Farm


The Crookwell Wind Farm is located five minutes drive from the heart of Crookwell township. The wind farm consists of eight wind turbines, and was the first grid connected wind farm in Australia when built by Pacific Power in 1998. They are only 45 metres high. Improvements in technology means the newer turbines are 145 metres high, making these look very small.

Stop at the viewing area where the information boards will tell you more about this remarkable example of renewable energy

Crookwell Wind Farm currently supplies electricity to Country Energy's Green Power customers. If you look 10 kilometres further ahead into the valley, you will see more turbines which are over 175 metres high, in comparison to the Crookwell Wind Farm turbine's height of 45 metres.




Goulburn Road
Crookwell, NSW, 2583

Located 16.5K from Woodhouselee

Alpaca Products Australia


Ever wondered about these inquisitive animals? Now's your chance to get up close and personal with one. Alpaca Products Australia is a working Alpaca farm, where you can get close, observe and learn about these extraordinary animals. They subscribe to low stress herd management resulting in healthy, calm and trusting animals.

Where are they from? Why are they good for Australia? What products are produced? Visit them and find out.

The alpaca farm is perfect for coach and touring groups. It is located only five minutes from Crookwell's town centre in New South Wales.

Feeding times are 10am and 2pm in winter, or 3pm in warmer months. Please ring to arrange your visit.




24 Reservoir Road
Crookwell, NSW, 2583

Located 18.2K from Woodhouselee

Goulburn and District Racing Club


Goulburn has a long association with horse racing, with records indicating that racing commenced in 1838 when challenge races were held in the vicinity of the Gordon Hotel. The oldest Goulburn Cup Trophy dates back to 1883 and is currently displayed at the historic St Clair Museum. The Goulburn and District Racing Club Limited was founded in 1969 after a combined Club known as the Goulburn and District Racing and Trotting Club was disbanded.

The Goulburn and District Racing Club facilities are among the most technologically advanced in Australia today and include a multi-purpose, heritage style function area with a country atmosphere and wood fire, fully licensed public and member's bars and modern catering facilities.

A variety of marquees are available for sponsors and private functions in prime positions and strategically placed television monitors enable visitors to see all the action.




Racecourse Drive
Goulburn, NSW, 2580

Located 19.4K from Woodhouselee

Woodhouselee: Events

Crookwell AP and H Show


In the early days of the district, the agriculturalists and pastoralists felt a need to be able to exhibit their produce to the community and beyond. In 1878 they met and formed the A and P Society and proceeded to hold their first Show Day. It was a resounding success and became an annual event. A Horticultural Society has also been formed by another group and became incorporated. The name changed to the AP and H Society in 1902.

This will be Crookwell's 138th Show.




Goulburn Street
Crookwell, NSW, 2583

Located 17.9K from Woodhouselee

Bake and Brew


Come to Crookwell Showgrounds for the fifth annual Bake and Brew, where local and visiting campfire cooks and home brewers will be showing off their skills. There will also be bonfires, storytelling, bush poetry, and music.

A Bush Poets Breakfast is held on Sunday morning. Potential cooks are asked to contact the organisers on the details supplied.

Overnight camping is available at the showgrounds, but bookings are required.





Crookwell Showgrounds,
East Street
Crookwell, NSW, 2583

Located 18.5K from Woodhouselee

Crookwell Lions Club Christmas Markets


Crookwell Lions Club Christmas Markets, formerly known as Santa's Hideaway Markets, are an annual event. The markets are held at the Crookwell Pool Park, outside the Crookwell Swimming Pool.

There will be cakes, toys, gifts and craft stalls. The Lions famous Chocolate Wheel with prizes galore. Santa will be there from 1pm till 2pm so come along and have some fun.

Lions - working together for the community by the community.


Event Dates
2016
      26th Nov


200 Goulburn Street
Crookwell, NSW, 2583

Located 18.8K from Woodhouselee

Crookwell Potato Festival


Crookwell Potato Festival is educational and entertaining for all ages! Visit Crookwell and soak up the friendly country welcome. Come for a day or stay overnight. Learn from an expert potato farmer how the most popular vegetable reaches your table. You may be very surprised how much technology is utilised for efficient production.

Enjoy the entertainment, cooking demonstrations, markets galore, meet 'Albert' the working horse. Listen to a budding poets. Tap your feet to the marching bands and other music, or mellow out at the Patata Cafe.

There are kids activities and entertainment and plenty to keep the boys interested with cars, bikes and machinery. So much to do! Come along a join the fun.




Robinson Street
Crookwell, NSW, 2583

Located 19.3K from Woodhouselee

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