Retirement living in Southern Highlands (New South Wales)

Retirement living in the Southern Highlands means a retirement surrounded by national parks and wineries.

A region with a distinct geography and a population of around 44,000 the Southern Highlands are about 110 kilometres south-west of Sydney.

The Highlands are known for many local attractions including its wineries, national parks and Fitzroy Falls. The largest towns in the area include Mittagong, Bowral, Moss Vale, Bundanoon and Robertson.

The region has a cool, temperate climate and high amounts of annual rain which experts believe make the soil perfect for wine-growing.

Some of the famous wineries in the region include Centennial Winery, Cuttaway Hill Estate Winery, Southern Highland Wines, Eling Forest Winery, Bou-saada Winery and Blue Metal Winery.

 

Retirement living by town in this region


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