Hotels in Goulburn

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Find Places to Stay in Goulburn

Explore Goulburn, a charming city with a rich colonial history. Visit significant landmarks like the iconic Big Merino or the historic Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre. Wander through the city’s beautiful parks, or delve into its history at the Goulburn Historic Waterworks Museum. Whether it’s history, culture, or the outdoors you’re after, Goulburn offers a diverse range of experiences.

The Goulburn region, located north of Melbourne in central Victoria, offers a picturesque landscape with the meandering Goulburn River. It’s an ideal destination for outdoor activities like camping, water sports, and cycling. The region is known for its delicious local produce, excellent wines, and inviting cellar doors. Explore charming towns like Shepparton, Kilmore, Nagambie, Euroa, and Murchison, offering art galleries, cafes, and various accommodation options. The Goulburn region is also the traditional land of the Yorta Yorta and Taungurung people.

It’s a region rich in colonial and gold rush history.


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The best heritage sites to visit in Goulburn include the Goulburn Historic Waterworks, St. Saviour’s Cathedral, Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre, Rocky Hill War Memorial and Museum, and the Goulburn Court House.

Goulburn hosts popular events and festivals throughout the year, including the Australian Blues Music Festival and the Goulburn Lilac City Festival, offering a vibrant celebration of music, culture, and community.

Goulburn is known for its historical architecture, particularly the Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre and the Big Merino, a large sculpture of a ram.