The Less Travelled Road || CENTRAL TABLELANDS
Taken Early July 2nd from the light overnight snowfall above 1200m on the Central Tablelands
Oberon is located in the east and at the very top of the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales with the Oberon township at 1113 metres above sea level. Elevation of the region is generally above 1,000 metres with a maximum height of 1395 metres near Edith. The area is a (relatively) flat plateau with rolling hills and grazing land and vast areas of a renewable resource, radiata pine plantations.
Oberon has four distinct seasons. Frosts occur regularly during autumn, winter and spring. Several snowfalls can be expected each year. Visitors should always be prepared for a sudden cool change at high altitudes.