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Buronga Organics - Coota Logo and Images

Buronga Organics - Coota

114 Lismore Road, Cootamundra NSW 2590
Buronga Organics is owned and operated by David and Mary Booth and their wonderfully dedicated and hard working children: Anna, Andrew, Henry, Louisa, Richard, Charlie and Isobella. Comprising rolling hills and lush pastures, numerous gullies and creek beds and native bushland, the farm is located about 10 minutes from the township of Cootamundra, just off the Olympic Highway. The farm covers an area of 1600 hectares (4000 acres). About a third of the land is dedicated to private native vegetation, featuring ironbark and red gum communities. This area is managed in conjunction with conservation authorities, with the aim of encouraging and maintaining the natural biodiversity and ecology of the area.
Bradmans Birthplace Museum Cootamundra Logo and Images

Bradmans Birthplace Museum Cootamundra

89 Adams Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
Granny Scholz, the mid-wife who delivered "The greatest batsman the world has ever known" Sir Donald Bradman on 27th August 1908, operated a small private hospital in the front room of the building at 89 Adams Street. The birthplace has been restored by Cootamundra Council. Sir Donald Bradman is an Australian sporting hero and his achievements on the cricket field from 1928 to 1948 are still among the world's best. He's the only Australian ever knighted for services to cricket. Cricket memorabilia on Sir Don and local Cootamundra teams are on display. Bradman lived at Yeo Yeo, between Cootamundra and Stockinbingal for the first few years of his life. Sir Donalds' grandparents are buried in Cootamundra Cemetery, Charles died in 1907 and Elizabeth in 1924.
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Cootamundra Bird Walk

Mackay Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
The Cootamundra Bird Walk aim is to improve the health of the Muttama creek and remove exotics and plant native species to encourage wildlife such as birds, water creature, and butterflies. History - in 2003 the Muttama Creek Regeneration Group was formed. In 2010 two corrugated structures (galah and kangaroo) were positioned near the John Rees bridge in Wallendoon Street. In 2011, Cootamundra's men's shed placed bird sculptures connected to Cootamundra. Some of the wild life structures to be seen entering from Mackay Street are the Goanna, Ringtail Possum, Superb Parrot, Boobook Owl, Brolga, Rainbow Bee-eater, Tawny Frogmouth, Pied Currawong, Eastern Rosella, Azure Kingfisher and the Blue Faced Honey Eater.
Milestones Sculptures in Cootamundra Logo and Images

Milestones Sculptures in Cootamundra

Corner Parker Street and Morris Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
Milestones Sculptures are located in Parker Street in Cootamundra and pay tribute to the significance of the wheat industry in the Cootamundra and Wallendbeen areas. It is an area that has seen some of the nation's finest high quality award winning wheat crops. The project grew out of a major community achievement that transformed the site using the "milestone" concept. The concept, which refers to the previous mile posts that were used to mark out distances between small villages and country towns in earlier days. In summary hundred's of people have been involved in the activities of the milestone sculpture project. The dedication and commitment of the youth and families in the district ensured the success of the milestone sculptures project. The sculptures are made from cast concrete and use patterns that represent wheat stalks cut from compressed fibrous cement, painted in the soft colour of wheat.
The Arts Centre Cootamundra Logo and Images

The Arts Centre Cootamundra

18 - 20 Wallendoon Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
The Arts Centre Cootamundra is a community built, organised and controlled arts facility. It exists to provide a venue and facilities for Arts activities in the Cootamundra Shire. It supports local artists and performers in their artistic careers; it contributes to the cultural development of the Shire and expands the depth and breadth of recreational activities available. The Arts Centre attracts visitors, new residents and investment to the area with top class Arts facilities and programming. The arts activities include exhibitions, live music performances, plays, cabaret, movies and workshops. The Tin Shed Theatre, opened in 2011, is the flagship venue of The Arts Centre and hosts world class performances. Check their website for 'What's On' and plan a visit to The Arts Centre when you are visiting Cootamundra.
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The Khaya

16 Wallendoon Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
The Khaya, which translates to 'home' in Zulu, is a boutique style coffee shop, gift store and gallery that regularly hosts exhibitions from local artists and students. They serve delicious light meals, along with homemade cakes and slices. Established in 2011, owner and manager Yolanda Scholtz, holds a passion for culture, coffee and all things African. When initialising The Khaya concept, Yolanda wanted to create something unique and worldly in Cootamundra. She wanted to create an atmosphere that spoke another language to customers through African offerings. The African inspired design, food and culturally diverse artworks displayed in a gallery style around the premises, promise to take you on a truly enchanting journey.

Milestones Sculptures in Cootamundra

Corner Parker Street and Morris Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
Milestones Sculptures are located in Parker Street in Cootamundra and pay tribute to the significance of the wheat industry in the Cootamundra and Wallendbeen areas. It is an area that has seen some of the nation's finest high quality award winning wheat crops. The project grew out of a major community achievement that transformed the site using the "milestone" concept. The concept, which refers to the previous mile posts that were used to mark out distances between small villages and country towns in earlier days. In summary hundred's of people have been involved in the activities of the milestone sculpture project. The dedication and commitment of the youth and families in the district ensured the success of the milestone sculptures project. The sculptures are made from cast concrete and use patterns that represent wheat stalks cut from compressed fibrous cement, painted in the soft colour of wheat....

Cootamundra Art and Craft Centre

Cootamundra Railway complex, Cootamundra NSW 2590
The Cootamundra Art and Craft Centre offers top quality locally handmade items for sale. There is a weekly gathering of a craft group on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday - coming together for quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, and chatting! Look inside the shop where you can find something to buy for all ages and occasions. Items are very reasonably priced in a fantastic local heritage building - the old station masters residence. ...

Cootamundra Bird Walk

Mackay Street, Cootamundra NSW 2590
The Cootamundra Bird Walk aim is to improve the health of the Muttama creek and remove exotics and plant native species to encourage wildlife such as birds, water creature, and butterflies. History - in 2003 the Muttama Creek Regeneration Group was formed. In 2010 two corrugated structures (galah and kangaroo) were positioned near the John Rees bridge in Wallendoon Street. In 2011, Cootamundra's men's shed placed bird sculptures connected to Cootamundra. Some of the wild life structures to be seen entering from Mackay Street are the Goanna, Ringtail Possum, Superb Parrot, Boobook Owl, Brolga, Rainbow Bee-eater, Tawny Frogmouth, Pied Currawong, Eastern Rosella, Azure Kingfisher and the Blue Faced Honey Eater....