The heritage listed 19th century village of Gundaroo is a unique modern community sensitively blended in with a lovingly preserved past.
A place for walking and discovering, you’ll find shady verandas on old cottages and the photogenic textures of slab huts, wattle and daub, and irregular stone and locally fired brick.
A community-inspired ‘River Walk’ offer visitors an opportunity to stroll from the western extremity of Rosamel Street, south to the rear of Gundaroo Park. The park itself is a venue for cricket and soccer and the town’s October music festival.
The past comes alive with many of Gundaroo’s historic buildings still in use. The distinctive corner Royal Hotel hosts Grazing, one of the region’s most acclaimed restaurants, with its many rooms still featuring the character of 1865. Housing five fireplaces to warm diners and a creative modern stone extension and kitchen garden.
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