Day 1: Sydney – Bowral (120km)
Depart from Sydney to Bowral, the largest town in the Southern Highlands. Walk through the beautiful Corbett Gardens, it is the centrepiece of the annual Tulip Time Festival in September.
Visit the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame, which honours legendary Australian batsman Donald Bradman, who hails from Bowral.
After lunch at Bowral town, why not try sample some local wines from Centennial Vineyards. Also enjoy an afternoon walk in the beautiful vineyard, see matured Tempranillo vines, different clones of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and young Albarino.
One of the great evening activities is a trip down to glow worm glen in Bundanoon. With a bit of care you can ensure to see a great light show while minimising impact on these luminescent locals. A good idea is to start the walk down to the glen at sunset and this way it will be dark by the time you reach the glen.
Stay overnight Bundanoon.
Day 2: Bowral – Sydney (120km) (Breakfast)
After a hearty breakfast drive to Fitzroy Falls via scenic Nowra Road, travelling through the rolling hills and pretty pastures of farming country.
Stop at the award-winning Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre where you will find loads of information about the local history, wildlife and bird watching of the unique area. It is only a short boardwalk to the scenic views of the Fitzroy Falls, where water plunges over 80m to the valley below.
Then continue to Belmore Falls, absorbing striking views over the sandstone escarpment and deep valleys as you drive.
From Belmore Falls, drive through lush rain forest to Robertson, enjoy your lunch from a range of cafes, restaurants and bakeries in Robertson.
Stopping for a photo in front of the Big Potato is a must, and then continue down Jamberoo Mountain Road via Carrington Falls in Budderoo National Park. Stop at the fantastic lookouts at Barren Grounds Nature Reserve before making your way back to Sydney.
Package cost: from $140 per person
1. One-night accommodation with breakfast twin share
2. Admission to Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame