Like much of this area of the South Coast, Wandandian was historically a timber-milling town. One small timber mill remains but its rural atmosphere is retained with hobby farms, fruit orchards and a vineyard. Located on the Princes Highway, this small village is a great place to stop to refuel and recharge. Its name most likely comes from the name of the Aboriginal people of the area, but it also has a romantic translation: home of lost lovers.
Wandandian, New South Wales, 2540
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