By Darren Stones
Central Tilba, population 100, is an historic village located on the Eurobodalla Coast in New South Wales, Australia.
The town is classified by the National Trust and is primarily relient on tourism. The imposing Dromedary Hotel provides good pub meals and is an ideal stopping point for a beverage.
There's old-style accommodation at the hotel, the Two Storey Bed & Breakfast, as well as a few other B&Bs in the village.
The ABC Cheese Factory is a must-do with free samples of cheese and honey available. Ice-cream is also one of their specialties.
The Woodturning Gallery has excellent small carved works which make ideal gifts, with more expensive items such as dining furniture, large tables and leadlight lamps also on display.
I have a collection of photographs featuring Central Tilba which are for sale here , and the 2009 Central Tilba Calendar can be previewed and purchased here .
Here's a short slideshow of Central Tilba to enjoy.