The Tablelands Way


The Tablelands Way is a tourist route through some of the most spectacular scenery in New South Wales.

Connecting Muswellbrook to the nation's capital Canberra, this 620km route takes in three major wine regions and three significant caving areas. Along the way you will pass through historic goldrush towns and world heritage national parks.

Key destinations on The Tablelands Way

One of the best preserved towns of the gold rush period.

The area has always attracted food and wine makers.

Wollemi National Park
The National Park covers an area of 487,500 hectares and is home to scenic rivers and mountain ranges.

Gardens of Stone National Park
Only accessible to bushwalkers and mountain bikers, and has retained its remote wilderness feeling.

Surrounded by Gardens of Stone National Park, Blue Mountains National Park, Wollemi National Park, Turon National Park and Marrangaroo National Park, Lithgow offers easy access to an array of nature encounters.

Oberon is located in the high country of the Central Tablelands and enjoys four distinct seasons, including winters with frequent snow.

Jenolan Caves
Jenolan Caves, the world’s oldest caves at over 340 million years old, are part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park
The 68,000 hectare National Park is situated at the southern-most tip of the Blue Mountains sandstone plateau complex.

Upper Lachlan Shire
The Shire of Villages is for people who prefer to keep things simple and it’s alsohome to the Wombeyan Caves.

Wombeyan Caves
Speleologists have recorded over 500 cave entrances within the marble caves of Wombeyan. Walking tracks lead to such diverse features as marble gorges, lookouts, waterfalls, creek beds, open woodland and moist closed forests.

Discover the grandeur of the 1800s. Goulburn’s history is evident in the many fine examples of Georgian and other early architecture still seen in the city today.

Bungonia State Conservation Area
Close to Goulburn, Bungonia State Conservation Area has the deepest cave system in Australia, which is popular with experienced adventure cavers. It is also a great place to for those who love to bushwalk surrounded by spectacular views.

More information including maps and detailed destination descriptions, will be available when The Tablelands Way is relaunched with a dedicated website.