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Shops in Gundaroo

Gundaroo is a town of 1,100 people (2016) to the north of Canberra, just over the border from the ACT in New South Wales, Australia.

Just 30 minutes north of Canberra, Gundaroo is home to some of the region’s best examples of mid- and late 19th-century buildings and offers visitors a range of experiences—from fine food and wine to contemporary art, local produce and crafts.


Get in[edit]

Gundaroo can really only be reached by car. From Canberra, use the M23 Federal Highway, then exit at Sutton Rd, and turn left, heading north. Continue past Sutton, and halt at Gundaroo.

Get around[edit]




Check opening hours before setting off to Gundaroo for lunch or dinner, otherwise you could end up hungry.



  • Gundaroo Colonial Inn, 23 Cork Street, +61 2 6236 8155. The hotel has been in continuous operation since it was established in the late 1800s gold rush period.

Stay safe[edit]

Go next[edit]

Visit the rural town of Yass, and explore the Yass Valley region.

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