Your guide to Braidwood, where history meets modern style

14 May 2024

Time 6 mins Read

THIS ARTICLE WAS CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council

Katie Dundas is a freelance travel journalist based in Sydney but originally from the US. She’s passionate about the outdoors, adventure travel, and sustainability and can often be found hiking or swimming. Happiest near water, she loves getting off the beaten track and discovering somewhere new, often with Apple, her tiny pup.

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  • Margaret Tuckwell says:

    Great review of our beautiful town. By November the first of the seasons Garlic will be available. In addition the ‘,Airing of the Quilt’s an indoor exhibition including the Znse Quilters travelling suitcase, Braidwood is the first to have this. Local challenge, exhibition of some children’s Quilts by local school. Not to forget the Quilts hung upstairs and downstairs of the Georgian Buildings in the main street, plus markets and Xmas cakes made locally.

  • Emily says:

    Casanova’s Food and Drink on Wallace Street (the main street) is also a personal favourite!

  • Robyn Smith says:

    Thank you for a lovely comprehensive view of Braidwood

  • Cheryl KEELEY says:

    Thank you for this great article on our lovely town. I am lucky enough to live in the Post Office house where my husband is Postal Manager or the Postmaster as he is affectionately known by many locals!