Borenore

attractions

Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve

nationalparks.nsw.gov.au
02 6332 7640

Hillside Orchard

02 6365 2247

facilities

– Parks & Gardens
– Picnic Grounds
– Public Toilets

BORENORE

Taste the abundance of Borenore surrounded by orchards, vineyards and scenic undulating landscape. Home of the annual Australian National Field Days, the small village of Borenore also attracts nature lovers and those in search of locally produced food and beverages.

Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve is an ideal place to enjoy a picnic lunch, wander over the well-developed walking track, and explore the many wonders, including the Tunnel Cave, Arch Cave and the unique landscape that develops when water interacts with the soluble rock, limestone.

 

While in Borenore why not take the time to explore some of the tastes of the region. There are numerous vineyards producing wine varieties of unique and distinct character, a fig orchard, a pick-your-own berry farm and locally produced apple cider. Enjoy lunch or a brewed coffee at one of the cafes or restaurants.

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