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New South Wales
The Capital area is one of the oldest settled areas of NSW and is touted for its convenience; it is the area enveloping Canberra, the nation’s capital, and is close to Sydney. It encompasses the Southern Highlands and the Southern Tablelands. The towns and villages in Capital Country range from sophisticated to quaint; their surrounding areas are mostly rural. Capital country is known for historical venues, antiques and established open gardens, and the landmarks of Canberra.
- Moss Vale
Some permanent attractions and events in Capital Country are:
- International Cricket Hall of Fame in Bowral
- Brigadoon in Bundanoon
- Bungendore Village Square
- Garden Ramble, Bundanoon
- Kennerton Green one of Australia’s most famous gardens, in Mittagong.
- Trail Ride, Tallong
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