Cootamundra is nestled in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales within the Riverina, just 30 minutes off the Hume Highway, Cootamundra is a vibrant rural community bursting with things to do, places yo stay and fun to be had.
Cootamundra delivers spectacular views of the Country side, with rolling hills and some of the country’s best farming and cropping locations, but this is only just the start. We have museums and an art gallery fully equipped with a state of the art theater, rich history and architecture to keep the most ardent culture vultures intrigued. There’s a dedication to coffee and local produce to attract the envious glances from Sydney and Melbourne alike.
Cootamundra is an outdoor, action-packed community- and whether you’re visiting alone or with friends or family, from near or far, there’s plenty to do in the fresh air. From walking through Pioneer Park and the Captains Walk, to cycling on the BMX Track, train spotting or simply enjoying one of our many parks, there’s an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy.
Cootamundra is a community that loves sport. Home to the Birthplace of the one and only Sir Donald Bradman (universally regarded as ‘the greatest batsman of all time’), Cricket is enriched in our history. While the town also proudly enjoys Soccer, Union, Rugby League, annual Touch Football and Beach Volleyball Carnivals, Aero-modelers events and so much more.
From Sydney, head south-west on the M31. Continuing through Goulburn and Yass, then turning off at Jugiong. From Jugiong, continuing on Jugiong Road, then onto Rosehill road and follow the winding scenery until you meet the Old Gundagai Road, to which shortly after turning onto the Jugiong Road, with a final right turn on Gundagai Road that will lead you directly into Cootamundra.
From Melbourne, head north-east on the M31, through Albury and Holbrook. Passing through Gundagai, shortly after you will turn off at either two of the exits at Coolac and turn onto the Muttama Road passing the Beehive Hotel at Coolac. This road will bring you directly into Cootamundra.
Rail & Coach
Sit back and relax by catching the train to Cootamundra. There is a daily XPT service running from both Melbourne and Sydney that comes through to Cootamundra. Connecting Coaches can bring you to and from Cootamundra Daily. For more information and times, check out the Transport NSW website.