When filmmaker Matt Murfitt moved to Bowral from Sydney two years ago, he fell in love with the place.
"I would not give up living here for anything else. It's a big change from the hectic nature of living in Sydney," Mr Murfitt said.
"You get the feeling of being a part of the community here and it is a perfect place to raise a family."
He made a short video of Southern Highlands to share his love for the place with both tourists and locals.
"I was keen to show areas and things that people can still do in Bowral after the recent COVID scare," he said.
Citing the Mill Market as an example, he feels that the outdoor boutique market is one of the things that people can experience while maintaining social distancing measures.
"We get several tourists here who end up visiting only few places that have been recommended to them. There are several established cafes here who have been around for a long time. They end up getting most of the recommendations," he said.
"The Mill market is also one of them. It is a great community initiative where people can visit with their friends and family, taste the local cuisine, network, and feel that community spirit.
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"Through this video, I want to show them that there are other places which are just as good but haven't been publicised as much."
The video also showcases Mr Murfitt's tour of places like Mt Gibraltar, Bradman Oval, and Corbett Gardens.
"Despite living here for a few years, I hadn't visited the Bowral lookout. When I did, I was amazed by it," he said
The video has gone viral on social media and shows the hidden treasures of Southern Highlands to the world.