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City Of Goulburn


Goulburn War Memorial overlooks Goulburn from atop Rocky Hill

Welcome to the first article on the Travel Australia website. This is a collection of stories about the history and sites the great country Australia. First up is my home town, the City of Goulburn, Australia’s First Inland City.

Goulburn is rich in history, and has many sites to see. For the photographer and artist, there are many old buildings and notable architecture.

For the historian, there is a wealth of history, including tales of bushrangers, and a city that is central to the development of inland Australia. Goulburn is the first inland city, and much of the early development of the interior emanated from Goulburn.

For the adventurer, there are many outdoor attractions, such as nearby Wombeyan Caves, and Bungonia Gorge.

For the traveller, Goulburn is ideally located, just two hours from Sydney, one hour from Canberra, and on a crucial junction between Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.

More stories of Goulburn and it’s sites will feature later.

About Craig Hill

Social Justice Campaigner. Business and Education Consultant. Former Business/ESL Teacher. Lived in China and USA. Dealing with disability. My articles have been cited in New York Times, BBC, Fox News, Aljazeera, Philippines Star, South China Morning Post, National Interest, news.com.au, Wikipedia and many other international publications.

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