CANBERRA REGION TABLELANDS

Our Nation's Capital at our door step.

The Canberra Tablelands boasts a stunning variety of world class food and wine offerings, an eclectic heritage and arts scene and a diverse range of outdoor experiences, just waiting to be explored.

Close to Canberra, the Tablelands is easily accessible. Our quaint towns and villages are brimming with opportunities to discover what makes this region so unique.

Canberra Region Tablelands includes the Goulburn Region, the Upper Lachlan, Hilltops Region, Yass Valley and the Queanbeyan Region.

WEATHER AVERAGE
December - February
  • 28° / 14° C
TRAVEL TIME
Brisbane
  • 11 hr 29 min

    (1,098.0 km)
    via Pacific Hwy/A1 and M1

  • 17 hr 57 min
WEATHER AVERAGE
March - May
  • 23° / 17° C
TRAVEL TIME
Canberra
  • 1 hr 07 min

    (91.5 km)
    via Federal Hwy

  • 2 hr 24 min
WEATHER AVERAGE
June - August
  • 12° / 2° C
TRAVEL TIME
Melbourne
  • 6 hr 51 min

    via Hume Hwy/M31 and National Highway M31

  • 8 hr 36 min
WEATHER AVERAGE
September - November
  • 24° / 16° C
TRAVEL TIME
Sydney
  • 2 hr 04 min

    via M31


  • 3 hr 07 min
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Surrounding Townships

Hilltops Region – Boorowa, Harden & Young: A region full of relaxed, friendly country experiences, providing one of the most diverse food-producing regions in Australia.

Queanbeyan, Braidwood and Bungendore: Traditionally cattle and sheep farming communities, the area is now popular with tree-changers and commuters, artists, horse lovers, and local food producers.

Upper Lachlan – Crookwell, Gunning & Taralga: Located high on the Great Dividing Range, the region offers a diversity of landscapes, local characters and high-quality produce.

 

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