Take a self-guided walking tour of the quaint town of Taralga, with it’s unique blend of Georgian and Victorian stone architecture and the heritage listed Christ the King Catholic Church. Pick up a brochure from Taralga Gifts and Goodies and start discovering this historic township.
The self-guided tour will take you through heritage that lies within the town, the tour can take as long as you like so take your time and embrace the surroundings as you’ve never seen them before.
Taralga is a unique heritage village 45 kilometres north of Goulburn.
The distinctive architectural styles of its historic churches, public and private buildings – from the 1840s to 1890s, mostly built of local stone, is a well preserved example of a pioneering rural town first settled in the earliest days of colonial Australia.
It is worth taking an hour or so to visit some of these significant sites.
A self-guided Heritage Walking Tour brochure is available from the Taralga Gifts and Goodies Visitor Information Centre the Taralga Museum or shops in the village for an interesting heritage walk (about two hours).