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Goulburn

Introduction of Goulburn

Goulburn, in NSW's Southern Tablelands, is about 195km north-east of Sydney, the NSW capital, and 90km southwest of Canberra, the capital's territory, on the road through Sydney to Canberra, with a resident population of about 30,000.

In 1863, Queen Victoria declared Goulburn Australia's first inland city by letter. Goulburn is a service centre in the surrounding pastoral areas and an important passenger transit station.

Goulburn is rich in a fine wool sheep called Merino, with a fairly high wool quality, and the world's largest sculpture of concrete cotton sheep (Big Merino) is the hallmark of Goulburn.

Take the Southern Highlands Line from Sydney's Central Station to go directly to Goulburn, which takes about 2.5 hours one way; Goulburn is also the terminal for the Southern Highlands.


Monthly weather averages of Goulburn

     
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Visitor centre of Goulburn

  • Addr: 201 Sloane St, Goulburn NSW 2580
  • Tel: (02) 4823 4492
Alias:
高奔、高本、古尔比
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Population:
30k (2016)

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