Bowral, New South Wales, Australia, is located 118 km south-west of Sydney, in Southern Highlands.
During the pre-colonial era, the land was home to an Aboriginal tribe known as Dharawal.
Being the largest town in the Southern Highlands, it’s also the place where the cricketer Donald Bradman grew up. The Bradman Oval (cricket ground), Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame are situated next to each other.
The Cherry Tree Walk alongside the Mittagong Rivulet is a soothing experience.
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