Famous for: Prime agricultural land and the endless fields of bright yellow Canola in Spring. Plus our very own “Master Chef” Merle Parrish!
Historical Milestones: Cudal is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘flat’. Major Mitchell’s Monument is located 7 kms east of Cudal, acknowledging his survey of the area in 1834.
What you can expect now: Cudal’s wide main street compliments a relaxed lifestyle with Boree Creek running beside the village. Cudal offers the services of a Health Centre, swimming pool, a lovely park with picnic and children’s play area, sports oval, showground and two Churches. Also dining experiences include, cafe, hotel, well stocked Post Office, newsagent and a small motel and caravan park.
Key events to plan for:
- Australia Day celebrations - January
- Cudal Agricultural Show – September
- Campdraft weekend – October
Must see and do:
- The canola crops spread a magnificent yellow glow across the landscape in Spring
- Visit the surrounding vineyards and tempting cellar doors
- Check out the local produce, stop for a coffee or enjoy a cold ale