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Numeralla, NSW

Numeralla which was proclaimed as a village in 1885 although settled in the 1860’s. Numeralla and surrounding rural areas have a population of 350 and boasta Folk Festival which is held in January each year.

The small village is situated on the banks of the Numerrala River, a popular spot with anglers and once a site for gold mining. Evidence of these times can be seen on the Badja River approximately 3 km from town toward Countegeny.

Follow the signs to nearby Wadbillaga National Park and the popular Cascades camping and picnic area, where there is an easy return walk to Tuross Falls. Please note this is along a dirt road and can be unsuitable for 2 wheel drive vehicles in inclement weather.

There are no services available within the village, the closest facilities are in the town of Cooma.

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About Numeralla

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Numeralla Postcode: 2630
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Snowy Mountains
  • Latitude: -36.17722
  • Longitude: 149.34067
  • Elevation: 774m
  • Population: 258
  • Median Income: $31356
  • Area (Sq/km): 174.615
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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