The lifestyle and treasures of village life are often not apparent to outsiders and need a local to help you discover them.
The Summer, and Spring Garden Festivals are a chance for visitors to rediscover these simple pleasures, sharing the lifestyle, history, culture, produce, secrets, stories and hospitality of the Oberon Circle of Villages, a part of The Tablelands Way experience.
Summer in the tablelands is the season of bounty. Fruits are in season, trout are in the streams, and adventure is in the air. Village life brings its own flavour to summer, with the pleasures of the home made and home grown with a ‘Fair’ display of history on ‘Show’.
Autumn in the tablelands brings the first promise of change and with it some interesting Cool Events. Mushrooms can be discovered in the forests, nights are becoming cool with days perfect for walking or mountain biking. Winter brings occasional snow with comfort food around cosy fires and the chance to hunt for truffles - black gold or be part of Yulefest at Jenolan Caves.
Spring is the season to visit our wonderful country gardens. Different from urban gardens these have often been developed from virgin bush or lush farmland. Many gardens are under active development. This is the time to see nature bursting forth after a long winter.
Check out the full range and detail of the Festivals and other Cool Events by clicking on the logo of the festival you would most like to visit ... then find out below what else Oberon has to offer.
Truffle hunts are available in season with a limit of 12 people to maximise your experience.
Lowes Mount Truffiere grows, harvests and sells Black Perigord Truffle and makes truffles products for sale.
Visitors to Oberon and the Blue Mountains can join us and our truffle dogs, Morris and Sully, on a truffle hunt during the truffle season in June, July and August.
Fresh truffle and our products can be purchased on the hunts or at Farmer's Markets in Oberon on the first Saturday of each month.