Canberra, the national capital, is situated 190 miles (306 kilometers) east of Tharbogang.
The Warburn Estate is a great place to call into when you are in Tharbogang.
Try not to limit yourself to Tharbogang, because the wider region features a treasure trove natural and cultural attractions just waiting to be explored. Why don't you head out to the Griffith City Central and Pioneer Park Museum in and around Griffith, 4 miles (6 kilometers) away. Hanwood is yet another place worth checking out. It is where you'll find the McWilliams' Hanwood Estate and Piromit Wines. Hanwood is about 6 miles (10 kilometers) from Tharbogang.
About 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the west of Tharbogang is Hay, a regional center where you go see Bishop's Lodge, Hay Heritage Walk and Shear Outback. Hay Gaol Museum and Dunera Museum are a number of other visitor attractions worth checking out for those who have more time on their hands.
If the rain clouds roll in, don't panic, Central New South Wales boasts plenty of indoor art museums, history museums and craft workshops, that will keep culture vultures happily occupied.
Tours are a unique way to discover the special places. So why not join one of the winery tours and culinary tours. Those adventurous souls in search of outdoor action can get their fix by joining a four-wheel driving or hiking adventure.
When planning your vacation to Tharbogang, keep in mind that the nearest major airport, Griffith Airport, is situated in in Griffith, 4 miles (6 kilometers) away.