Located in the Central Tablelands of NSW, the historical picturesque town of Rylstone sits astride the Great Diving Range and is the gateway to the World Heritage Wollemi National Park – every direction you take we have amazing country drives not to be missed.
Rylstone is a tiny town of approximately 650 people, with a whole lot on offer, the entire town is classified as heritage and the streets are filled with charming character sandstone buildings. Home to award wining wineries De Beaurepaire and Naked Lady Wines, plus the international award wining Rylstone Olive Press, we really are the perfect weekend getaway with plenty of great quality accommodation on offer.
On the main street of Rylstone, you’ll discover two great pubs, The Globe Hotel & The Rylstone Hotel, there is also The Rylstone Club with the best bistro and bowls in town, a yum cha tea house and authentic Mexican restaurant Pepinos & delicious Italian trattoria. If that’s not enough we have three great cafes, a yummy bakery and 10 + boutique stores to shop during your stay – you won’t be disappointed.
We encourage you to visit us, take the 8-minute stroll of our historical main street filled with beautiful heritage buildings.
To learn more about the fascinating history of Rylstone, visit The Rylstone Historical Society, click here to visit their website.
Our sister town Kandos is only a (beautiful and very scenic) 7km drive away!