Binda (population 50) in the Southern Tablelands enjoys excellent annual rainfall of 34 inches. 740 metres in altitude and only 19km's from Crookwell shops. Binda is under 3 hours from inner Sydney. The name Binda comes from an aboriginal word meaning 'deep water' and legend has it some big fish lurk in Binda Creek.

 

Binda farms produce prime beef and fine wool. The village retains many historic buildings including the impressive Old Mill & residence. The Gothic styled St James Church, built in 1864 is a reminder of Binda's colonial gold rush glory. Frock up for the fabulous annual Binda Picnic Horse Races.

 

The General Store includes part of the 1850's Flag Hotel, once raided by bushranger Ben Hall. For weddings and corporate events check out the luxury Binda Stables functions centre Binda Stables 'A Country Wedding'.

Accommodation available at Binda Mill Cottage and Markdale Homestead. Visitors to Binda mix with locals at the General Store for a cold drink or some supplies.