Year round there’s always plenty to see and plenty to do in Young. Embrace the unique history of the town at the attractive Chinese Tribute Gardens and Lambing Flat Folk Museum with its relic from the 1861 Lambing Flat riots.
Take a 30 minute, self directed history walk through the centre of town and discover the meaning behind some of the town’s distinctive landmarks, or fossick in the town’s gold mining area at Blackguard Gully. Go exploring in the shopping precinct, savour the best of local food and wine in the town’s cafes, pubs, bakeries and restaurants. Meet a winemaker at a cellar door, check out which winery is open during your visit, or just come straight to the Young Visitor Information Centre where 13 wineries are showcased and you can secure your selection right in town.
Celebrate local art at the Burrangong Gallery open seven days at the Visitor Information Centre, test your photographic skills at the Big Red Cherries, visit a local winery and enjoy breathtaking landscapes surrounding the town.
Enjoy a round of golf at the 18 hole Young Golf Course in William Street, or travel to Tipperary nine hole course with sand greens any time and enjoy the tranquil rural ambiance. Join the bowlers at the Lachlan Street greens or arrange a game of croquet.
Take the kids to the skatepark and swimming pool or picnic in one of the many attractive parks with accompanying children’s play areas or take in a self guided scenic drive and enjoy the panoramic views.