A Self-Guided Heritage Walk of Goulburn

This Tour will give you a brief glance back in time to discover the historic homes and CBD precinct of Australia’s first inland city

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After being settled the city benefited from the wool industry, a short-lived nearby gold rush, and the development of the rail system. On 14th March 1863 Queen Victoria wrote her last royal letters patent and Goulburn was declared the first inland city in Australia. By the 1880s Goulburn was the second biggest city in NSW, behind Sydney. Many of the buildings remaining from this time illustrate that Goulburn was a very wealthy city in its prime.

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Physical address

Available from the Goulburn Visitor Information Centre, (opposite Belmore Park) 201 Sloane Street, Goulburn

Opening times

9am-5pm weekdays, 10am-4pm weekends and public holidays (closed Christmas Day)

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