THE SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS
GALLERIES, MUSEUMS & HISTORY
As you venture through the charming towns, make a visit to the Highlands Art galleries and Museums. The local galleries exhibit exciting contemporary, classic and eclectic artworks from leading and emerging artists, while the historic museums bring to life the history of the district. Whether you are a cricket fan or a newbie, set aside a few hours to visit the Don Bradman museum and International Cricket hall for an educational and interactive experience. The Bradman museum allows you to play with friends and use the large touch-screens to try different batting strokes and bowling techniques to see how you compare to some of the greats.
THE MILK FACTORY GALLERY
Built in 1921, the Milk Factory Gallery offers local and visiting artists an exhibition space to showcase their art & sculptures in a central location in Bowral. .
33 Station St, Bowral NSW 2576
The SHAC (Southern Highlands Artisans Collective) in Robertson showcases outstanding creative talents from within the Highlands.
Located in an old Potato shed, the not for profit initiative showcases a range of artisans from Painters, jewellery designers, weavers, sculptures as well as workshops and events.
Two of our Team Members are artists in Residents at the SHAC so we are passionate about this space.
Tues-Thurs: By Appointment Only
74-76 Hoddle St, Robertson NSW 2577
The Sturt Gallery in Mittagong is both a place for exceptional learning (School of Wood, Ceramics, Jewellery making, weaving and more! ) and a gallery space presenting an annual programme of curated exhibitions, promoting the work of over 300 artists.
There is a cafe on site serving delicious coffees/fresh baked goods and light lunches Wed-Sun 10-4.
Range Rd & Waverley Parade, Mittagong NSW 2575
BRADMAN MUSEUM & INTERNATIONAL CRICKET HALL
Located in the heart of Bowral is the Internationally renowned Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame.
It brings cricket to life with interactive displays, expansive displays of cricketing equipment and memorabilia.
There is a cafe open early each day where you can enjoy light refreshments and an adjoining children's playground.
Museum: Mon-Sun: 9am-3pm
Cafe hours: Mon-Sat 7am-3pm
Sunday: 9am -3pm
St Jude St, Bowral NSW
BERRIMA HISTORICAL DISTRICT MUSEUM
Perfect for all ages, this engaging museum brings to life the history of Berrima and surrounds through digital displays, photography and historical treasures.
There is also an award winning HD display of the Highlands prominent artists and artisans; A Butcher, A Baker, a bunch of Makers. The touching exhibition of the Prisoners of Arcady, the German internees held in Berrima in WW1 is worth the visit.
Cnr Market Place &, Bryan St, Berrima NSW 2577