Explore Cudal’s historically rich and diverse rural industry - surrounded by some of the most fertile farming land in the area.

Settled along the Boree Creek, Cudal emerged via the “Free Selection” laws of the 1860’s and discovery of gold at Forbes. The Boree Creek Crossing was an impassable hazard in wet weather for people making their way west from Orange. Cudal historically (and still today) is a perfect point roughly half way between Orange and Eugowra for a stop-off.

Cudal boasts fertile farming land with a strong history in wool, fat lambs, cattle, wheat and canola production. Viticulture, wine making and also large scale egg production have added to the diversity of the region

The old E.W Corden Commercial Exchange Stores is a perfect example of early 1900’s architecture in the town. The building now houses the Cabonne Food, Wine & Cultural Centre.

Explorer, Sir Thomas Mitchell, started his three journeys (1835, 1836 and 1835) into the interior from just east of Cudal with a monument commemorating his second trip standing today.

Cudal is well appointed with facilities for a village of its size. The town boasts a new hospital, town pool and a popular picturesque caravan park. The town is also serviced by a Primary School, childcare/pre-school facility, a bowling club and accommodation.


Cabonne Food, Wine & Cultural Centre | 02 6364 2038

Sir Thomas Mitchell's Monument



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