South Hill Heritage Estate is a Victorian residence of expansive proportions, located on 80 acres of undulating countryside just 2km from town. An intrinsic part of Goulburn History, South Hill overlooks the site where Hamilton Hume camped during his 1818 expedition that discovered Goulburn Downs.
The substantial main homestead consists of 20 rooms. The outbuildings consist of a coach house, a dairy, large stables a shearing shed and an historic 20m long chicken shed.
The gardens feature a wonderful range of mature trees, including oak trees, pines, a variety of fruit trees and numerous other flora.