There are many reasons to be a tourist at home and visit Braidwood. Personally, I do love the sense of humour evident in Braidwood. Just three hours from Sydney, you turn left at Goulburn on the road to Canberra.
Braidwood is a small country town that has become one of the fastest-growing inland towns, maybe its the skyrocketing city-living costs but the place seems to attract young and old entrepreneurs and creative types. I personally know a large gang of ratbags who have small holdings or rent houses in town.
The weather can be extreme, freezing in the winter and very hot in the summer, however, you can join the Braidwood locals and their inflatable swans, unicorns and tinnies ( beer not small boats ) on the local river to cool down.
Some of the places you are going to want to visit while staying in Braidwood….
Saloon Design House ( Dena Pharaoh pictured
Mr. Mr. Store
Provisons Deli and Grocery
Charleys Forest Silver are having a POP UP at Saloon on 13th Dec at 4.30pm
Artist Mary Taguchi …
Together with a long academic involvement in Japanese language teaching methodology, Mary Taguchi has simultaneously had much involvement in the history and function of Japanese indigo-dyed cotton textiles.
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