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Central Texas is a large geographical region within the state of Texas. The core of central Texas includes the cities of Austin, Round Rock, and Temple. More broadly, Central Texas incorporates some 38 counties and part of Texas Hill Country to the west.
Texas Hill Country is a hilly, transitional area between Texas' southeastern lowlands, and the plains of the Edwards Plateau in the north and west.
The bulk of Texas Hill Country lies within the area outlined by Junction, Del Rio, San Antonio, and Austin.
The city of Austin lies at the eastern edge of Texas Hill Country. The Austin Metro is considered a major urban area within Texas Hill Country.
Given the transitional nature of the area, land types and uses are varied, presenting a range of opportunities.
Recreational opportunities abound, from fishing, rafting, and swimming, to simple sightseeing to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and wildlife.
Plains to the north and south support large scale ranching operations, while more niche farming flourishes throughout, including orchards, flowers, and herbs.
The proximity to major urban centers, tourism, and abundance of live water rivers make this area an especially exciting prospect.