Who doesn’t love packing up the car and going on a fun road trip with friends. There are so many amazing hide-always, eateries and adventures just a few hours from Canberra that are waiting to be explored…
Grandmas little Bakery
This sweet café turned restaurant is located between Canberra and Goulburn. Grandmas little bakery serves up Mediterranean inspired dishes that have been prepared with fresh farm produce. We strongly encourage you make the 40 minute trip from the edge of Canberra to visit this gem.
Hyams Beach in Jervis Bay New South Wales is best known for its white sand beaches. This seaside village is only a 2 and a half hour drive from the edge of North Canberra, and is definitely worth the trip. Spend the afternoon soaking up the sun at this famous beach and then grab a bite to eat at one of the many tasty cafes in this gorgeous town. Batemans Bay who?
The Town of Braidwood
The Quaint town of Braidwood is filled with charm, character and history. Only just over an hours drive from Canberra, this heritage-listed town has an abundance of antique stores, boutique shops and amazing cafes, don’t forget to visits the famous Braidwood Bakery and grab a home-made pie.
Some Café is a country style café located in Collector. This stunning space only 40 minutes out of Canberra’s CBD, boasts delicious food made from mostly locally sourced produce. Along with the tasty dishes up for offer, you can also buy some locally made trinkets and treasures. And the coffee is not bad either!
The Snowy Mountains
If you’re a fan of snow sports and an adventurer at heart why not spend the day in the snowy mountains and hit the slopes. Canberra is closely located to the NSW ski resorts Perisher and Thredbo, so as the temperature drops, why spend the day at the snow.