About Taralga NSW

Situated in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, Taralga is a small village situated  238 km south-west of Sydney, 45 km north of Goulburn and 882 metres above sea level.
The town is situated on the Goulburn-Oberon Road and is a convenient stop for travellers between Goulburn and Bathurst.
Taralga has one of the largest Roman Catholic churches of any small town in Australia and has a unique collection of heritage buildings dating back to the latter half of the nineteen century with a couple of historic pubs to enjoy.

Things To Do And See In Taralga

  • Annual Australia Day Weekend rodeo
  • Self-guided tour
    Taralga: A Heritage in Stone, which lists 41 places of interest in the town, 23 of which are on four blocks along Orchard Street.
  • Wombeyan Caves
    Extensive series of beautiful limestone caves