Tilba Talks Heritage Walks, Walking Tour

Corkhill Drive, Central Tilba

What they do:
Historical guide ,a walk through pathways of the National Trust Village of Central Tilba nestled in the arms of Gulaga mountain Far South Coast of NSW

Experience the view of the ancient landscapes, be apart of living history and hear the cultural significance of the Yuin People. Explore the historical narrative and the importance of it geological surrounds of this region in early settlement from 1833.

When they walk:
Tilba Talks Heritage Walk
Commences Thursday,Friday, Saturday or by appointment

Where they meet:
At the Meeting Spot poster on Corkhill Drive, Central Tilba

How they guide you:
They familiarise you with their tiny Township of Central Tilba and its surrounding landscape. These walks provide with understand of how this village came to be.

Tilba talks provides stunning landscape for your delight of a photographic opportunity.
Capturing unique architectural details of this tiny town.

Tour includes:
Visiting selected stores, morsel of tasty treats from behind the walls of the Butcher, the Baker and taste the Cheesemaker’s delights made famous in the Dairy Country of Tilba.

Conclude your tour with a serving Devonshire Tea ‘Tilba style’ during your visit.

t: 0433 114 374
e: tilbatalks@gmail.com
w: www.visittilba.com.au

Tilba Talks Historical Walks

An historical journey through a National Trust and Heritage listed township . With your guide visiting various locations, this walk engages you in the nature of the town of Central Tilba. Exploring the country of the Yuin people. Visit and taste a selection of cheeses at the ABC Cheese Factory . Discovering the local wares and produce. In a relaxed pace, settle down for a wonderful Afternoon Tea in a selected cafe”Tilba style”


  • The road to Tilba
  • Local history
  • Local history
  • Local history
  • the logo
  • Zoe' n mehesha
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