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Wallendbeen, NSW

Surrounding Wallendbeen is some of the richest and most pituresque farming country in Australia.

This pint sized village has long been a centre of enterprise, tradition, and leadership.

The village oval, one of the finest you’ll find in any village anywhere, is home to a cricket club which has fielded a local team since 1887. Just to the north of Wallendbeen is Yandilla Mustard seed oil processing plant and tea house.

Being able to step back in time and enjoy a different pace of life is proving to be a magnetic drawcard to both visitors and new residents.

A sense of ‘community’ is central to life in Wallendbeen, with the historic Wallendbeen Hotel acting as the social hub of the village. A beautifully maintained sporting oval and newly upgraded tennis facilities enable Wallendbeen to host a variety of local and regional sporting events.

Nearest Airport: Cootamundra

Where to stay?


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About Wallendbeen

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Wallendbeen Postcode: 2588
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -34.52432
  • Longitude: 148.16016
  • Elevation: 472m
  • Population: 260
  • Median Income: $35880
  • Area (Sq/km): 218.055
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Accommodation In Wallendbeen

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