Heritage

Heritage

Robertson is a heritage village that sits atop the Great Dividing Range. Many of the buildings are from the Colonial Period pre-Federation. With a rich and varied history Robertson is a great place to catch up with the past... More »

A centre for the discerning foodies.

A centre for the discerning foodies.

Robertson boasts many fine and highly rated places to eat, drink and make merry. Kick back with a Coffee, a Cold One or even some cheese at one our fine establishments. More »

A natural paradise

A natural paradise

Bordering National Parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty Robertson is the ideal place for a day out; a long, lazy weekend or an extended stay. Easy access to three magnificent waterfalls and boundless walking tracks. Sample the great outdoors in Robertson. More »

Lots to see and do

Lots to see and do

Visit the Illawarra Fly and survey breathtaking views of the Illawarra and South Coast or take a once in a lifetime train ride. There is so much to do in and around Robertson you will be truly amazed... More »

A hidden treasure

A hidden treasure

Robertson is one of the best kept secrets in the Highlands. A quiet and tranquil place. Teaming with flora and fauna. A fabulous retreat for artists, artisans and those seeking inner peace. Come and visit us and experience for yourself the unique friendliness and hospitality of Robbo... More »

 

Category Archives: News

Public Meeting, Well Nearly…

(Public) Meeting: 2nd August, 5:30pm @ Robertson School of Arts. Following objections to Council about the “Giant iPad” plan, the Council asked for proof. Despite being given only four days to collect and submit this proof, a petition with over

“Winter is Coming”

“Winter is coming” for traditional models of Tourist Information delivery. Only 1.8% of tourist’s visiting the Shoalhaven make a trip to the Tourist Information Centre. Source: http://www.949powerfm.com.au/home-run/61256-the-shaolhaven-tourist-information-centre-has-officially-moved-many-aren-t-happy The Home Run © 949 Power FM

Council Silent On Petition

At the full Council meeting on June 8th 2016 a Petition was presented to Wingecarribee Shire Council asking for a public meeting and some genuine consultation with all householders in Robertson in relation to a $20,000 grant that has been

The Blind Leading the Blind

It will come as a surprise to some, annoy others and will please a tiny group of diehards to find out that the “Robertson Giant iPad Project” – as it has been dubbed by its opponents – appears to be proceeding

Updated 5th July 2016