Laggan (population 350) is arty, scenic and fertile. 900 metres high and only 10 minutes from Crookwell or 2.5 hours to inner Sydney. Laggan is a treasure trove of fine dining and progressive farming. Excellent rainfall (30 inches) this 1820's pastoral and convict hamlet
features a great pub, primary school, sealed road, village markets, arts community and lavender, olive and wine growing.
Things To Do
Laggan Hotel was once voted the best country hotel in New South Wales. Great food with beautiful garden surrounds - perfect for all occasions - especially friday
"Our philosophy is that of seasonal, local and the freshest of produce. From surrounding farms, our kitchen garden and local suppliers we bring a modern Australian menu."
"Nature is the superb backdrop in this sanctuary of creativity for sculptors to display their creative talent and artists to discover or expand their creativity. Nestled in the garden are many of Anna's own sculptural works.
The Sculpture Garden is open to the public to enjoy an art and garden experience every 3rd Saturday of the month coinciding with the Laggan Markets or by appointment"
The third weekend of every month sees up to 500 people from all around NSW congregate at the Laggan markets. The perfect place to sample everything the area has to offer in one place
"For a taste of Europe on the Southern Tablelands you can’t go passed the Willow Vale Mill in Laggan. The Mill is a restored stone ground flour mill and provides both accommodation and sumptuous meals in the licensed restaurant.
Host Graham Liney will ensure a memorable visit with his passion for quality produce much of which is sourced from gardens on the property. This lovely property is popular all year round so be sure to book ahead"