Bowral is the largest town in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, and the main business and entertainment precinct of the Wingecarribee Shire and Southern Highlands. Bowral currently has a population of approximately 13,000 people.

In a past era, Bowral served as a rural retreat for the elite gentry of Sydney, resulting in the establishment of many historic estates and manor houses in the district. Today, Bowral is universally associated with the cricketer Sir Donald Bradman.

Bowral is close to several other historic towns, being 5 kilometres from Mittagong, 9 kilometres from both Moss Vale and Berrima. The suburb of East Bowral and the village of Burradoo are nearby to Bowral.

Bowral is a very pet friendly town and boasts a good range of pet friendly accommodation venues which include pet friendly caravan parks, pet friendly cottages, pet friendly Bowral motels and pet friendly bed and breakfasts.

A very attractive and appealing town, Bowral also features an excellent range of pet services such as pet shops, pet food outlets, boarding kennels and catteries, pet friendly dining venues, dog grooming and washing businesses, pet insurance agents, pet breeders, horse riding ranches, and Bowral even has its own Pet Funerals operator. A pet photography and artists studio also exists in Bowral and the Bowral locals are also very welcoming to people with their pets.

So please don't disappoint them, the Bowral locals have been waiting for your visit.

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