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Population:  292

Established: 1890  

Trail Info: Follow the Banjo Paterson Trail 
from Orange via the Animals on Bikes drive (Molong through to Dubbo). 

Famous for: Yeoval is famous as the 
childhood home of the great Australian poet
and storyteller Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson 

Historical Milestones: Banjo Paterson lived 
on the family property “Buckinbah” in the 1860’s - 
a real outpost of the early colony.  In 1868 gold, 
silver and copper was discovered here. 

What you can expect now: Yeoval today 
is a great stopover point with museums, hotel,
cafe, clubs and caravan stopover. 


Key events to plan for:

  • Banjo Paterson Birthday Bash – February
  • ANZAC Day – April  
  • Yeoval Agricultural Show – May
  • Mulga Bill Quick Shears Competition – July


Must see and do:

Learn about Banjo Paterson at the 
museum dedicated to his story and view 
the WWI Exhibition
Browse the craft shops and other places 
of interest
Picnic in Banjo Paterson Bush Park and 
sculpture garden (includes the largest 
bronze sculpture in Australia)
  • Follow the Animals on Bikes drive


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