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Team Building Programs in southern highlands:

Home to stand out towns like Goulburn, Bowral and Mittagong. The Southern Highlands has a deceptively large amount to offer your group in your team building adventure, with much to be discovered and much more to be enjoyed readily available. The region is hard not to think about when you want to go somewhere for a walking hike or to enjoy vineyards.


  1. Fitzroy Falls: Capture the breathtaking view of the cascading waterfall surrounded by lush greenery from various lookout points.
  2. Tulip Time Festival: Visit Corbett Gardens during spring when thousands of tulips are in bloom, creating a colorful and picturesque scene.
  3. Bendooley Estate: Explore the picturesque vineyard and gardens, and snap photos of the charming Book Barn, an iconic local landmark.
  4. Robertson Pie Shop: Capture the rustic charm of this famous pie shop and its colorful outdoor seating area, perfect for a delicious pie and a photo op.
  5. Sutton Forest: Photograph the scenic countryside landscape, dotted with rolling hills, grazing sheep, and historic homesteads.
  6. Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame: Take pictures of cricket memorabilia and the beautiful grounds surrounding the museum, dedicated to the legendary cricketer Sir Donald Bradman.
  7. Mount Gibraltar Reserve: Hike to the summit for panoramic views of the surrounding valleys, forests, and towns, ideal for landscape photography.
  8. Morton National Park: Capture the natural beauty of this expansive park, home to diverse wildlife, stunning waterfalls, and ancient rock formations.
  9. Berrima Village: Wander the historic streets lined with colonial buildings and capture the quaint charm of this well-preserved village.
  10. Lake Alexandra: Photograph the tranquil waters of this picturesque lake, framed by lush vegetation and perfect for reflections at sunrise or sunset.

These spots offer diverse opportunities for capturing the beauty and essence of the Southern Highlands region.


  • Escape Room Challenges: Engage in problem-solving and teamwork by tackling puzzles and challenges within a themed escape room setting.
  • Outdoor Adventure Courses: Participate in high ropes courses, zip-lining, and team-building exercises set amidst the natural beauty of the Southern Highlands.
  • Cooking Classes: Bond over food by taking a cooking class together, where your team can learn new culinary skills and enjoy the fruits of their labor afterward.
  • Wine Tasting Tours: Embark on a wine tasting tour of the region’s renowned vineyards, fostering team camaraderie while sampling delicious wines.
  • Bushwalking and Hiking: Explore the scenic trails and bushwalks of the Southern Highlands as a team, promoting teamwork and communication while enjoying nature.
  • Paintball or Laser Tag: Foster friendly competition and teamwork through exhilarating games of paintball or laser tag in specially designed arenas.
  • Team-Building Workshops: Attend workshops specifically designed to enhance teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills through interactive activities and discussions.
  • Picnic and Outdoor Games: Organize a team picnic in one of the region’s beautiful parks or gardens, complete with outdoor games like volleyball, frisbee, or cricket.
  • Group Fitness Classes: Take part in group fitness classes such as yoga, Pilates, or boot camps, promoting health and well-being while fostering team spirit.
  • Volunteer Work: Give back to the community by participating in volunteer activities together, such as environmental clean-ups, charity events, or assisting local organizations.

These team-building activities offer a mix of adventure, relaxation, and skill-building opportunities, tailored to suit different interests and preferences within your team.


The best time to go to the Southern Highlands for team building depends on several factors, including weather, availability of activities, and the preferences of your team. However, generally speaking, the Southern Highlands offers pleasant weather and a variety of activities year-round. Here’s a breakdown of the seasons:

  1. Spring (September to November):
    • Ideal for outdoor activities such as bushwalking, picnics, and wine tasting amidst blooming flowers and mild temperatures.
    • The Tulip Time Festival in September is a highlight, offering stunning floral displays perfect for team outings and photo opportunities.
  2. Summer (December to February):
    • Perfect for outdoor adventures like high ropes courses, zip-lining, and water-based activities.
    • Longer daylight hours allow for more time outdoors, making it great for team-building activities that involve physical challenges or sports.
  3. Autumn (March to May):
    • Offers mild temperatures and beautiful foliage, making it an excellent time for bushwalking, wine tasting, and outdoor team-building activities.
    • The changing colors of the leaves provide a scenic backdrop for team outings and photo ops.
  4. Winter (June to August):
    • While cooler temperatures prevail, winter in the Southern Highlands offers cozy indoor activities like cooking classes, escape rooms, and wine tasting by the fireplace.
    • It’s also a good time for team-building workshops and indoor activities that promote collaboration and creativity.

Ultimately, the best time for team building in the Southern Highlands depends on your team’s preferences, the type of activities you’re interested in, and any specific events or festivals you’d like to coincide with your trip. It’s a versatile destination that offers something for every season.

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