Southwest Slopes New South Wales
The Southwest Slopes of NSW is home to scenic country towns such as Young and Cootamundra, and is known for its cool climate wines and organic seasonal produce. Small townships are dispersed between rolling greenery and farmland, with large blocks catering to a diverse range of farming activities – from cattle to fields of gold canola crops. The region hosts several annual community events, including the popular Cherry Festival in Young, and is home to the heritage-listed birthplace of Sir Donald Bradman in Cootamundra. There are countless walking, cycling and mountain biking trails to try, as well as antique shopping, country gardens, and heritage sites documenting the region’s historic gold rush events during the 1800s.