Taralga is a small village in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia in Upper Lachlan Shire. It is located at the intersection of the Goulburn-Oberon Road and the Laggan-Taralga Road. It is accessible from Oberon to the north, Mittagong to the east, Goulburn to the south, and Crookwell to the west.
Fine wool, prime lambs and beef, lush berries, quality wine and heritage buildings – all the good things in life are found in the peaceful village of Taralga just 47 km north of Goulburn, NSW.
First recognised as a settlement in 1825, Taralga was established as a village in the 1860s and has preserved and protected its unique building style up until today. Buildings from the 1860s to the 1890s were built from stones and rocks gathered locally rather than quarried. The result is an architectural style somewhere between Georgian and Victorian, with larger windows and grander constructions than settlers enjoyed in other parts of the country.
The Historical Museum is housed in the former Methodist Church and is open for visitors. The grounds contain some fantastic historic buildings, displays, demonstrations and archives that tell the story since the pioneering days.
Taralga boasts a range of specialty shops and excellent eating so make sure you plan a trip to Taralga which is located on the Tablelands Way touring route from Goulburn to Mudgee and beyond.



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