Moss Vale - The Opportunity Gateway
Keep up to date with why Moss Vale is the best place to live and work in the Southern Highlands. Covering events, markets, job opportunities, local tradies and businesses, as well as special offers from our best shops, restaurants and cafes.
Looking for a place to stay when visiting friends and family, or just holidaying in the High Lands? Here are some of our best local hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts.
Arts & Entertainment
Stimulate your mind and spend some time exploring our local galleries, artists, exhibitions and theaters.
Looking for things to do in the Highlands, then check out these great gardens, historical landmark, nature walks, parks and other sites of interest.
With several big brand car dealers to pick from, as well as a the best local mechanics, car washes and detailers, Moss Vale is the place to get your car, bike, truck or trailer looked after.
Whether you are needing a coffee fix or a hot chocolate on a winters day, or an icy cold milkshake in the middle of summer, there are plenty of Cafes and Coffee Shops to choose from.
Proud members of the Moss Vale & Rural Chamber of Commerce helping support our local community.
Education & Learning
Primary and secondary schools, TAFEs, Universities and Adult Education.
Supermarkets and convenience stores
Cleaners, gardeners, home care and babysitters
Manufacturing & Agriculture
Manufacturers and wholesalers
Doctors, dentists and hospitals
Vets and boarding kennels
Accountants, lawyers, architects, internet and computing
Public Services & Government
Libraries, council, police, fire, and other government agencies
Pubs & Bars
Local pubs and bars
Real estate agents and conveyancers
Restaurants and other places to wine and dine.
Retail stores and the goods they offer
Sports & Recreation
Local clubs and teams, stadiums and ovals
Your favourite takeaway foods such as pizza, thai, chinese, burgers and fish and chips.
Electricians, plumbers, builders, carpenters and more
Travel & Transport
Travel agents, trains, buses, taxis and hire cars
It’s time to delve into the past and Berrima is just the village to visit. Home to Australia’s oldest continually licensed Inn – the Surveyor General, amazing colonial sandstone buildings, (one of which houses Eschalot, a hatted restaurant) and even a ghost, if you look hard enough. The MUST SEE…
It’s time to visit the biggest and most sophisticated of all the towns and villages in the Highlands and home to an exciting and eclectic mix of eateries, (including Biota, a hatted restaurant), winereies, boutique shops, country markets and events. The MUST SEE is the amazing Bradman International Cricket Hall…
It’s time to dust off the bagpipes, oil the bicycle chain and put your walking shoes on. The town is a step back into the 1930’s, home to Brigadoon, but these days it’s also a Mecca for cyclists of all ages and bushwalkers, being the gateway to the Morton National…
It’s time to experience some old-world charm. This historic village is a great example of ‘how it used to be’ where the view from the local pub’s beer garden is an attraction in its own right. The MUST SEE is the old sign writing throughout the village. Surrounding towns and…
It’s time to see the ‘outback’ of the Southern Highlands. This is where you will see kangaroos at dusk and vast rural landholdings. The MUST SEE would have to be baby alpacas with a visit to the Birrong Suri Alpaca Stud (bookings essential).
It’s time to experience our English heritage. This thriving village is home to a large number of English style estates, a picture postcard historic stone church and country railway station, both of which could have been lifted straight from the pages of an Agatha Christie novel. The MUST SEE is…
It’s time to explore this historic town, the northern gateway to the Highlands and home to Australia’s first iron works. It is an excellent example of a country town which has managed to retain its historic beginnings, with old and new, side by side. The MUST SEE is Lake Alexandra…
Moss Vale is a town in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, in the Wingecarribee Shire. It has a population of 7,792 and is sited on the Illawarra Highway, which connects to Wollongong and the Illawarra coast via the Macquarie Pass. The town is colloquially known as Mossy…
It’s time to taste a real potato and ‘the Green Heart of the Highlands’ is just the place to find locally grown Robo spuds. Its rich red fertile soil provides an abundance of rural farmland and a green hue through its hills and dales, famous as the town where the…
It’s time to uncover one of the most historic of all the Highlands’ towns and villages, location of our former NSW Governor’s summer residence, Hillview, now with open days and accommodation for visitors. Today this village is also home to celebrities including ‘Nicole & Keith’ and Red Cow Farm one…