63 Murray Street
Cootamundra NSW 2590

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Cootamundra is a town in the South West Slopes region of NSW and within the Riverina.

Cootamundra is the birthplace of cricket's greatest batsman, Sir Donald Bradman. This prosperous rural town surrounded by crops of canola is 360 km south-west of Sydney. It's popular with nature-lovers who travel to see the extravagant blooming of countless Cootamundra wattle trees in July and August.

While in Cootamundra, you can play a round of golf at the oldest country course in NSW or enjoy the birdlife and natural habitat of Pioneer Park. Don't miss the spectacular Milestone Sculptures around town that celebrate Cootamundra's claim to produce some of the nation's finest, quality wheat crops.

Coota, as it is known locally, is a thriving, lively Shire set within a natural environment.  It is a community with a heart based on its country values, its sense of belonging, its spirit and the warmth and friendliness of its people.

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