Robertson, the Green heart of the Southern Highlands, offers a wide variety of activities and lunch and dining opportunities. Visit the local rain forest, the nearby national parks and their spectacular waterfalls and lookout points, or take a walk through the trees at the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk. Robertson is home of the Big Potato, a .... and a tribute to its history of ....and soil.... Easy access to nearby towns such as Bowral, Mittagong, Moss Vale, Burrawang and Kangaroo Valley make Robertson an ideal place from which you can explore the Southern Highlands.
The Southern Highlands, easily accessible by car, motorcycle and train from Sydney and Canberra, is a luscious green area in Australia NSW that captures the heart of every visitor. Its varying towns and villages, beautiful nature, abundance of attractions and activities, rich heritage, and of course that friendly Aussie attitude make it an outstanding destination. The perfect place to relax and unwind, and of enjoy the best award winning pies and excellent wines.
Robertson is also home to the Robertson Nature Reserve, a remnant of the Yarrawa Brush. 5ha of rainforest that has been proclaimed as a public park in 1884 allows you to escape..... Only 15km from Robertson you can visit the Minnamurra Rainforest in the Budderoo National Park, ....
The road from Albion Park to Robertson is considered to be one of Australia's best routes by motorcyclists and other road users. The Macquarie Pass features a narrow, winding road with hairpin turns, which takes you through a spectacular scenery up to over 700 meter elevation into Robertson. Where after a stop at the famous Robertson Pie Shop, there are several options to continue your trip, including the Jamberoo Mountain Road with the Carrington Falls and the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk along the way.