Goulburn's blend of city amenities with a country lifestyle provides the best of both worlds.
Goulburn is a regional city approximately 195 km south-west of Sydney (2 hr drive) and 90 km north-east of Canberra (60 min drive).
The Big Merino, a star attraction in Goulburn, is a three storey structure built in 1985 as a celebration of the Goulburn district's fine wool industry.
The nearest airport is at Canberra (60 min drive), it provides services to capital cities, regional destinations and an increasing number of international locations.
Train services run from Goulburn to Sydney and Melbourne, and coach services run from Goulburn to Sydney and Canberra.
There is also a local bus service.
Goulburn is home to more than 22,000 people, the median age of residents is 40 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up more than 4% of the population.
Goulburn Base Hospital is an 80 bed public district hospital. It offers 24-hour emergency services as well as intensive care facilities, medical admissions, maternity, paediatrics, renal dialysis unit, radiology services, cardiac stress testing, community health, allied health, mental health, palliative care, cardiac rehab/ pulmonary rehabilitation, pathology, renal dialysis, oncology and clinical education.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station at Goulburn.