Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba are quirky National Heritage listed townships - tour inclusion
At the 2006 census, Central Tilba had a population of 223 people, and Tilba Tilba had a few more people and registered a population of 275. Both towns were settled in the gold rush years of 1890's and 1900's.
"Captain James Cook named the highest point in the area Mt Dromedary but it is now known by its aboriginal name of Gulaga. The summit of Gulaga is a sacred site
of the Yuin people". - Destination NSW
There are also a couple of small wineries in the area with at least one serving lunch.
"Central Tilba is the postcard version of a country town, and keeping the village lively is the collection of craft workers and artisans who have taken up residence".
Central Tilba is the home of Tilba Cheese, one of the best known cheese makers in Australia. - Destination NSW
We spend time exploring this South Coast Urban Conservation Area that includes Tilba Tilba and Central Tilba where you'll be able to relax and unwind.
You will have time to wonder through the quaint shops of these cute towns before lunch at the Dromedary Hotel or a local winery before moving on to capture more of the Eurobodalla NP and Narooma.