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									               simple country pleasures

 canowindra molong
cargo           yeoval
      borenore     eugowra
 manildra     mullion creek
 cumnock       nashdale
        CA B O N N E C O U N T R Y
Cabonne Country, Australia’s Food Basket
is a rich rural shire in Central NSW, covering
the Villages of Borenore, Canowindra, Cargo,
Cudal, Cumnock, Eugowra, Manildra, Molong,
Mullion Creek and Yeoval. Situated a comfortable
3.5 hour drive from Sydney and Canberra, the
villages of Cabonne offer a diverse range of
wonderful attractions, some of the best food and
wine in regional Australia, a rich history and
heritage and a clean crisp environment where
you can unwind, relax and refresh.

Each of the villages in Cabonne has their own
unique history and Australian charm, which
draws many people to their pleasant and relaxing
country lifestyle. The Villages of Cabonne is the
place to experience real “Aussie bush” friendliness.
The area is home to the site of Australia’s first gold
rush and is famous for ballooning, food and wine,
agriculture and mining.

The food and wine you will find in Cabonne
Country reflects Cabonne’s sunny days, robust
soils and the many hands that join to create the
finished product. Why not tuck into freshly baked
bread, try prize-winning local sausages or pick a
selection of locally produced products such as
honey, olive oil or lavender hand cream to take
home and savour. Roll along a country lane as the
hills catch the last rays of a golden sunset. And at
night, behold the glory of the everlasting stars.
Borenore / Nashdale           4

Cargo                         5

Canowindra                    6

Cudal                         8

Cumnock                       9

Eugowra                       10

Manildra                      11

Molong                        12

Mullion Creek                 14

Yeoval                        15

Lifestyle                     16

Area Map                      17

Events                        18

Wine                          20

Produce                       22

Art Galleries                 23

Food & Dining                 24

Accommodation                 26

Visitor Information Centres   28

    Borenore,         located just 14km out of
    Orange, is a small rural community surrounded
    by orchards, vineyards and agriculture farming.
    Borenore is home to the Australian National
    Field Days, which attracts over 50,000 people
    throughout the 3 days in October each year.

    Borenore Caves Reserve, approximately 15 mins
    out of Orange on the Escort Way, is an ideal place
    to enjoy a picnic lunch. Wander over the well-
    developed walking tracks and explore the many
                                 field days
    wonders, including the Tunnel Cave, Arch Cave
    and the unique landscape that develops when

    water interacts with the soluble rock, limestone.
    Tables and wood fired barbeques are provided

                      fruit & berries
    at the picnic area of the reserve.

    Surrounding Borenore why not take the time to

    explore some of the tastes of the region. There are
    numerous wineries all producing wine of unique
    and distinct character, a fig orchard and berry
    farm where you can pick your own berries, farm
    gates, three cafes, two restaurants, a function
    centre and a general store which boasts one of the
    largest collections of local wine in the region.

    Attractions           |     02 6392 3200
    Borenore Caves
    Escort Way towards Cudal

    Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area
    Mt Canobolas Rd, Mt Canobolas

 Cargo, situated 35km south west of Orange
 is a small country hamlet with a population of
 approximately 250.

 The town has a unique history as gold mining
 in the late 1860’s led to the establishment of the
 township and in 1869 Cargo was proclaimed a
 goldfield. During the period of 1869-1899 the
 town swelled to a population of around 7,000
 and boasted three hotels, a bank, several business
 houses, three churches, two schools, a flour mill,
 community hall, butter factory, gold crushing
 plant, a racecourse and sporting grounds for
 tennis, cricket and football.

 The village today offers visitors and residents a
 chance to relax with a slower pace of life, whilst still
 enjoying the services of a general store/post office,
 primary school, church and hotel. The facilities
 of nearby Orange are but a short drive away.

unique history

    Canowindra is located at the southern
    end of the Cabonne Shire, 33km from Cowra and
    63kms from Orange. Canowindra is well known
    for its warm climate wines with a number of
    boutique cellar doors, where you can meet the
    wine maker.
    Canowindra’s main street presents a streetscape
    of outstanding historical significance. The street
    is a very unusual shape, following the crooked

                         art scene
    route of the old bullock track and is unaffected
    by time complete with late nineteenth century
    architecture. Canowindra is also world famous
    for its 360 million year old fossil find, now housed
    in the Age of Fishes Museum. Here the
    original slabs, audio and visual displays make for
    an interactive tour for the whole family.

    Canowindra is home to a flourishing art scene,
    hosting a wide collection of art galleries showing
    works by local and visiting painters, potters and
    artisans. The main street boasts boutique retail
    stores and assorted shops that offer the friendly
    country service for which the Villages of Cabonne
    Country are known. There are also many quaint

    fossil museum
    country pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes to
    appease your appetite.

    Accommodation options are varied carrying the
    charm and friendliness of the town. Options range
    from lavish rooms on a vineyard, luxury stone
    cottages with breathtaking views overlooking the
    magnificent Lachlan valley and boutique B&Bs
    to a fully serviced caravan park, well appointed
    motel and a heritage listed guesthouse located in
    Canowindra’s historic main street.

    Don’t be surprised to come across some real
    secrets whilst exploring the many vineyards

located around Canowindra. There are over a
dozen vineyards and wineries offering tastings
of exceptional award winning wines, presented
with pride and passion.

Canowindra hosts many events celebrating local
food and wine. Art exhibitions are held on a
regular basis at any one of the town’s art galleries.

Canowindra has various educational facilities
including a high school, a primary school and a
Catholic primary school as well as a preschool
and playgroup. The village is home to 2 doctors,
a visiting veterinary clinic and ambulance and fire
services. Canowindra caters for the elderly with
the Moyne Eventide Home.

Attractions          |     02 6344 1008
Age of Fishes Museum
Cnr Gaskill & Ferguson Sts
Open 7 days 10am–4pm

Canowindra Historical Museum
Gaskill St | 02 6344 1747
Open Sundays 2pm-4pm or by appt.

     Cudal, a friendly country town 35km west
     of Orange, is surrounded by prime agricultural
     land offering spectacular scenery and is a sight
     to behold during cropping season when Canola
     spreads a yellow glow across the village.

     The wide main street compliments the relaxed
     lifestyle Cudal offers. Cudal has one primary
     school and bus services to Orange, Canowindra
     and Molong for high school students. The village
     boasts a new hospital, swimming pool and sports

     The many proactive community groups such
     as the Progress Association, Lions and Pony
     Club ensures the town is always looking its best,
     managing many beautification projects around
     the village.

     Cudal’s dining experience includes cafes and
     pubs & clubs and there is even a small motel and
     caravan park to make your base while exploring
     the surrounding vineyards and attractions.

     Attractions          |     02 6364 2038
     Cabonne Food, Wine & Cultural Centre
     Main St, Cudal | 02 6364 2038
     Fri-Sun, 10am-4pm

relaxed lifestyle

Cumnock is a tranquil rural village
located about 4 hours west of Sydney. Cumnock
is centrally located between the wineries
surrounding Orange, the Dubbo Zoo, Parkes
Radio Telescope and the Wellington Caves, so
“call in for a cuppa” or lunch from the Old Court
House Café and enjoy the historical ambience
of one of the smallest towns in the shire.

Cumnock has a wide main street flanked by
vibrantly painted telegraph poles, a large
shady park with a BBQ and picnic tables, plus
a children’s playground with a super-heroes

mural. Cumnock is a keen sporting community
where Wallaby legends like John White, Tim
Gavin and Ross Reynolds were born.
Cumnock hosts many sporting facilities
including a public swimming pool, tennis courts,
bowling green, golf course, squash court, bike
tracks, cricket and football oval, showground
and pony club. The Playgroup, preschool and
Public School are well attended. Cumnock
is reliant on the rural sector and much of the
farming area is used for wool production, sheep
and cattle, and grain growing. Small businesses
include a well-stocked general store, cafe,
bowling club, hotel, rural supplies and stock
transportation. Cumnock has a dedicated and
very strong community base, many volunteers
work together to keep this rural town alive.

Attractions          |     02 6367 7552
The Happy Poles of Cumnock
Obley St, Cumnock

     Eugowra         is located in the rich Lachlan
     River basin, between Orange and Forbes. The
     short drive from Canowindra to Eugowra is
     spectacular with hills and valleys, bush and
     farmland and old and new buildings to discover.
     The town is unique due to the imposing large
     granite boulders which lie between the houses
     and gardens. Granite used for the construction of the
     new Parliament House came from the hills around

     Eugowra, supplied by the local Granite Mill.

     Eugowra is known for its history of bushrangers

     and explorers. The only gold escort robbery in New
     South Wales took place at Escort Rock, 3km east
     of Eugowra. In 1862 Frank Gardiner’s bushranging
     gang, including the infamous Ben Hall, made off
     with the loot including 2,917 oz’s of gold and 3,700
     pounds of sterling cash, but a portion of the total
     value of 14,000 pounds sterling was never recovered!

     There are many experiences to be had in and
     around Eugowra. Why not throw a line into the
     Lachlan River, explore Nangar National Park,
     visit Escort Rock or simply stroll through the
     main street and explore the gifts and craft stores.
     Gain an insight into the region’s history and attractions
     by visiting the Eugowra Museum considered one of the
     best Historical Museums in the Central West.

     Attractions            |      02 6859 2420
     Escort Rock, Escort Way
     Nangar National Park, Escort Way
     Eugowra Historical Museum
     Pye St | 02 6859 2820
     Wed-Sun 10am–4pm

historic theatre
         flour mill

   Manildra lies on the banks of Mandagery
   Creek, half way between Orange and Parkes and
   is home to Manildra Flour Mill, one of the largest
   flour mills in the southern hemisphere. The mill
   runs 24 hours a day and continues to expand.

   Manildra is also home to Australia’s oldest
   operating picture theatre, The Amusu,
   pronounced “amuse-you”. Allan Tom started the
   Amusu Theatre in 1923 as a travelling picture
   show, which settled in its current position in 1936.
   The theatre still offers visitors and residents the
   opportunity to view new release films surrounded
   by the old world charm of yesteryear.

   Manildra hosts a friendly pub and several
   takeaway stores. Order some takeaway and enjoy
   a picnic in one of the two lovely parks or try some
   fishing in Boree or Mandagery Creeks.

   Attractions           |      02 6364 5287
   Amusu Theatre
   Derowie St, Manildra | 02 6364 5906
   Third Saturday of the month, 7:30pm
   Or by appointment
   Mill & Rail Museum
   Kiewa St, Manildra | 02 6364 5107
   Open by appointment

     Take a trip back into the past when you visit
     the olde worlde charm of Molong with
     its many poplar trees and rolling countryside.
     Only 32km from Orange, the main street,
     being early Austen-European, is classified by
     the National Trust and you will discover many
     other beautiful historic buildings scattered
     throughout the town.

     Another point of history and interest is the
     grave of Aboriginal guide to Thomas Mitchell,
     Yuranigh. Described by Mitchell as “guide,
     companion and friend”, Yuranigh accompanied
     him on his expedition to Queensland in 1845.
     When Mitchell heard of Yuranigh’s death he
     paid for the headstone on his grave, which you
     will find a short distance from town. Yuranigh
     was buried according to custom with carved
     trees at each corner of his grave, indicating he
     was a man of special honour.

     Molong is an outstanding farming district,
     producing wheat, sheep, wool, cattle, fruit and
     wine. There are several art galleries, cafes and
     restaurants to cater for the visitor and many
     charming B&Bs to base yourself to explore
     the food and wine of Cabonne Country.
     Surrounding Molong you will find boutique
     cellar doors where you can relax and enjoy
     a ‘good drop’, the vineyard views and rustic
     winery ambience.

     With a hospital, three doctors, a dentist,
     veterinary clinic, ambulance and fire station,
     Molong offers all services in a relaxed village
     setting. Local educational facilities include
     Central School catering from Kindergarten to
     Year 12, a Catholic Primary School, a playgroup

  and a preschool. Molong caters for the aged and
  specialised facilities are easily accessed from
  nearby Orange.

  Molong hosts many unique events such as the
  Molong Music and Arts Festival, NSW
  Sheep Dog Trials and one of the largest NSW
  Motorcycle Safety Rides.

  Attractions         |      02 6392 3200
  Yuranigh’s Aboriginal Grave Historical Site
  Yuranigh Rd, Mitchell Highway, Molong
  Molong Historical Museum
  20 Riddell St, Molong | 02 6366 9622
  7 days 2pm-5pm
  The Yarn Market
  Bank St, Molong | 02 6366 8260
  7 days, 9am - 4pm

  boutique cellar doors
music & arts              aboriginal sites

     Mullion Creek                is a short drive from
     Orange as you head towards the Burrendong Dam.
     The welcoming village brims with community
     pride with residents working together on projects
     such as beautifying the local park and church area,
     community hall and local school grounds.

     Ophir located near Mullion Creek is the scene of
     Australia’s first payable goldfield, discovered in
     1851. Set amongst the rugged hills and streams,
     Ophir Reserve is a great place to experience
     fossicking, gold panning, fishing, bushwalking
     and has excellent picnic grounds.

     Mullion Creek has a small primary school and the
     facilities of Orange are an easy 10 minute drive

     Attractions           |     02 6392 3200
     Mullion Range State Conservation Area
     15km northeast of Orange
     02 6332 7640
     Ophir Recreation Reserve
     Cabonne Council | 02 6392 3200

gold reserve

Yeoval is situated 75km from Orange and 70km
from Dubbo. Yeoval sits at the cross roads of Dubbo
Wellington and Parkes, making it a convenient place
to visit when exploring the region. One of Australia’s
storyteller and poets, A.B “Banjo” Paterson spent
the first 7 years of his life on the family property
‘Buckinbah’ on the edge of town and it was here he
met many of the bush characters and experiences
               tree change
that he wrote about later in life.

      banjo paterson
Soak up the atmosphere and become a part of
Banjo Country by enjoying a cup of tea in the Banjo
Paterson Bush Park and admire the works of art in
the park or you may like to take a walk along the
Poet’s Walk and admire the wonderful carved slate
seats and clay tile walls. Yeoval is home to the Mulga
Bill Festival, a 3 day event that celebrates the life of
Banjo Paterson in Yeoval and includes a bike ride
from Cumnock to Yeoval.

Yeoval is on the doorstep of the Goobang National
Park, with picnic and camping areas and many
walking trails. The nearly developed bike track
gives the visitor the opportunity to become part of
the countryside and enjoy the quite of a country lane
and the beauty of the wildlife.

Yeoval has a Central School and Catholic Primary
school attracting students from Cumnock and
surrounding areas and also has a multipurpose
health centre housing a community hospital,
medical services and aged hostel.

Attractions           |      02 6392 3200
Yeoval Historical Museum
Forbes St | 02 6846 4478
16                           lifestyle

Cabonne Country is the ideal place to
live the dream, work the hours you choose
and play in an environment that is safe,
clean and offers activities that you only
experience on holiday.

There are numerous blocks of land and
housing available throughout the Villages
of Cabonne Country. The area provides
the opportunity to own your own piece of
paradise, available for only a fraction of the
amount you would pay on the east coast of

There are many employment prospects in
Cabonne Country and the nearby regional
centres of Orange, Bathurst, Cowra,
Parkes and Forbes. Regional towns are
suffering skills shortages and for health
professionals and skilled trades people the
employment opportunities are endless.

Ever dreamed of running your own
business? Many of the villages have
buildings in the main street ready to set
up shop, be it retail or service. This could
be your opportunity to build a career or
business in a place where you can make a
real difference to the community.

The residents of Cabonne Country
welcome you to visit, explore the area and
experience our friendliness first hand. We
hope that you may consider escaping the
financial burden, rushed lifestyle and soiled
city environment in exchange for the charm
and lifestyle our villages have to offer.
area map   17
18                 event calender

     Art Openings - Exhibitions
     Contact the Art Galleries in Cabonne
     Amusu Theatre
     Manildra | Third Sat of every month

     Tour of Historic Boree Cabonne
     Bookings Essential | 02 6364 2007

     Central West Garden & Outdoor Expo
     Borenore | E
     NSW Sheep Dog Championship Trials
     Canowindra Balloon Meet
     Canowindra | 02 6344 1819
     Cumnock Agricultural Show
     F.O.O.D Week
     Orange & surrounds
     ADHS Golden Plough Draught Horse
     Field Days | Eugowra

     Yeoval Agricultural Show

     Mulga Bills Festival & Bike Fun Ride
     Yeoval | 02 6246 4478
               event calender                          19

Molong Players Annual Production
02 6366 8578

Canowindra Agricultural Show
Molong Agricultural Show
Cudal Agricultural Show
Eugowra Agricultural Show
Manildra Agricultural Show

Canola Cup Harness Racing
Eugowra |
Australian National Field Days
Borenore | E
Orange Wine Week
Cudal Music & Dramatics Show
02 6364 2092

Cobb & Co Lives on Celebration
Molong | 02 6365 1381

   For more information regarding these events phone
   02 6392 3200 or visit
   Cabonne Council also produces a monthly
   newsletter “Whats On in Cabonne” which can be
   downloaded from the Cabonne Country website.
20                      wine

     Faisan Estate

                                                                Borenore / Nashdale
     Amaroo Rd, Borenore | 0429 625 381
     Hedberg Hill
     701 Escort Way, Orange | 02 6365 3428
     La Colline
     42 Lake Canobolas Rd, Nashdale | 02 6365 3275
     Orange Mountain Wines
     Cnr Forbes Rd & Radnedge Ln, Borenore 02 6365 2626
     Prince of Orange
     1814 Escort Way, Borenore | 02 6365 2396
     Philip Shaw Wines
     Koomooloo Vineyard, Caldwell Ln, Borenore | 02 6365 2334
     Underwood Lane Winery
     36 Underwood Lane, Borenore | 02 6365 2221
     Borrodell on the Mount
     298 Lake Canobolas Rd, Nashdale | 02 6365 3425
     Dindima Wines
     Lot 22 Cargo Rd, Nashdale | 02 6365 3388
     Loch Ellen Estate
     131 Nashdale Ln, Nashdale | 02 6365 3002
     Falls Wines

     Belubula Way, Canowindra | 02 6344 1293
     Gardners Ground www.
     taste Canowindra Ferguson St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2332
     Hamiltons Bluff
     Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 2079
     Swinging Bridge Wines
     “Belubula” Fish Fossil Dr, Canowindra | 02 6344 3212
     Toms Waterhole Wines
     “Felton” 752 Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 1819
     Wallington Wines
     Eugowra Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 7153
     Rosnay Organic Wines www
     Rivers Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 3215
     taste canowindra www
     42 Ferguson St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2332
     Windowrie Estate Wine
     Windowrie Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 3598
                                                                M. Ck

     Mortimers of Orange
     780 Burrendong Way, Mullion Creek | 02 6365 8689
                             wine                                     21

Cargo Road Winery

Cargo Rd, Nr Cargo | 02 6365 6100
Canobolas-Smith Wines
Boree Ln (off Cargo Rd), Nr Cargo | 02 6365 6113
Jarretts of Orange
“Annangrove Park” Cargo Rd, Cargo | 02 6364 3118
Cumulus - Rolling/ Climbing

Davys Plains Rd, Cudal | 02 6390 7900
Monument Vineyard
Escort Way, Cudal | 02 6364 2294

Hoppers Hill Vineyard
108 Googodery Rd, Cumnock | 02 6367 7270
Barton Creek

Peabody Rd, Molong | 02 6364 2160
231 Griffin Rd, Nr Molong | 02 6362 5631
Bush Piper
Horspool Way via Molong | 02 6361 8280
Printhie Wines
489 Yuranigh Rd, Molong | 02 6366 8422
Ross Hill
62 Griffin Rd, Nr Molong | 02 6360 0175
Windchime Wines
421 Strathmore Ln, Molong | 02 6366 8738
Mayfield Vineyard
                                                         Orange & Surrounds

954 Icely Rd, Orange | 02 6365 9292
Moody’s Wines
Stagecoach Rd, Orange | 02 6365 9117
Sharpe Wines of Orange
Stagecoach Rd, Orange | 02 6361 9046
Sale St, Orange | 02 6361 4441
Winery Tours
Cabonne Cabs - Orange Region Wine Tours | 0427 668 468
22                     produce

     Hillside Orchard

                                                                   Borenore / Nashdale
     1209 Escort Way, Borenore | 02 6365 2247
     Meadow View Orchard
     ‘Meadow View’ Convent Ln, Borenore | 02 6365 2249
     Abilene Grove - Olive Oil
     The Escort Way, Borenore | 02 6365 2265
     Norland Orchard - Figs
     “Norland” Bradley Rd, Borenore | 02 6365 2225
     Borenore Berry Farm
     “Yalgogrin”, Watts Rd, Borenore | 02 6365 2296
     Just Homegrown - Jams & chutneys
     ‘Hillside’, Borenore | 02 6365 2217
     Yuri’s Sustainable Produce
     ‘Pineleigh’ Lake Canobolas Rd, Borenore | 02 6365 3773
     Borrodell On The Mount
     Lake Canobolas Rd, Nashdale | 02 6365 3425
     Lindfield Park Orchard
     ‘Lindfield Park’, Nashdale | 02 6365 3486
     Rose Farm Orchard
     340 Nancarrow Ln, Nashdale | 02 6365 3540
     Thornbrook Orchard
     39 Nashdale Lane, Nashdale | 0428 653 145
     Toms Waterhole Produce
                                                                   Canowindra Cargo Cudal Manildra

     ‘Felton’ Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 1819
     Rosnay Organic Farms
     Rivers Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 3215
     Cargo Road Winery
     Cargo Rd, Nr Cargo | 02 6365 6100
     Paling Yards Grove - Olive Oil
     “Daylesford” 199 Paling Yards Loop Rd, Cudal | 02 6365 6160
     Manildra Flour Mills
     Kiewa St, Manildra | 02 6364 5003
     Brown Egg Co

     ‘Vale Head’, Euchareena Rd, Molong | 02 6366 8576
     Canobolas Eggs
     ‘Vale Head’, Euchareena Rd, Molong | 02 6366 8576
     Ross Hill Olive Oil
     62 Griffin Rd, Nr Molong | 02 6360 0175
     Gelato Ingredients Manufacturers of Australia
     90 Manildra Rd, Corner of Peabody Rd, Molong | 02 6366 8288
                                                                     M. Creek

     Brittle Jacks Chestnut Farm
     Lookout Rd, Mullion Creek | 02 6365 8353
                     produce & art                                                   23

Waru Organic Farm

                                                                Surrounding Orange
Emu Swamp Rd, Emu Swamp | 02 6365 9269
Jarojill Estate - Cordials
965 Ophir Rd, Summer Hill Creek | 02 6365 8308
Cabonne Country Honey
Fitzgerald Mountain, Blayney | 02 6368 5889
Lavendilli-blue - Lavender products
41 Sale St, Orange | 02 6361 9408
Orange Mountain Verjus
Cnr Forbes Rd & Radnedge Ln, Orange | 02 6365 2626
Mandagery Creek Venison
PO Box 37, Orange | 02 6365 6171

Old Vic Inn Gallery

56 Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1009
taste Canowindra
42 Ferguson St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2332
The River Bank Gallery
71 Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2778
CAN inc Gallery
65 Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2778
                                                                Cudal Molong

Bush Lizard on Main
19 Main St, Cudal | 02 6364 2408
Bubbler Studio
91 Bank St, Molong | 0427 256 981
Jayes Gallery
31-33 Gidley St, Molong | 02 6366 9093
24                      food & dining

     Borenore Store
     Borenore Rd, Borenore | 02 6365 2261
     The Old Convent Borenore
     Convent Rd, Borenore | 02 6365 2420
     Sisters Rock, Borrodell on the Mount
     Lake Canobolas Rd, Nashdale | 02 6365 3128
     The Old Vic Inn

     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1009
     Garden of Roses Café
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2016
     Royal Hotel Canowindra
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1201
     Canowindra Trading Post
     46-50 Ferguson St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1529
     Canowindra Services Club
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1397
     Asian Restaurant - Canowindra Golf Club
     Browns Ave, Canowindra | 02 6344 1342
     Golden Chinese Restaurant - Canowindra Bowling Club
     Ryall St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1605
     taste Canowindra
     Ferguson St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2332
     Deli Lama
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1006
     The Green Shed
     18 Tilga St, Canowindra | 02 6344 2444
     Canowindra Hotel
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1407
     The Junction Hotel
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1365
     Tom’s Waterhole Wines
     “Felton” 752 Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra | 02 6344 1819
     Venture Inn Café & Takeaway

     Main St, Cudal | 02 6364 2079
     Royal Hotel Cudal
     Main St, Cudal | 02 6364 2016
     Cudal Bowling Club
     Brown St, Cudal | 026364 2108
     Cabonne Food, Wine & Cultural Centre
     Corden Store, 9 Main St, Cudal | 02 6364 2038
     Cargo Road Winery Café

     Cargo Rd, Nr Cargo | 02 6365 6100
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Escort Rock Café & Takeaway

Nanima St, Eugowra | 02 6859 2727
Lady Bushranger Coffee Shop
Nanima St, Eugowra | 02 6859 2900
Central Hotel Eugowra
Pye St, Eugowra | 02 6859 2300
Fat Lamb Hotel
Broad St, Eugowra | 02 6859 2253
Manildra Bowling Club

Kiewa St, Manildra | 02 6364 5001
Cooked Book Royal Hotel
Kiewa St, Manildra | 02 6364 5070
Manildra Golf Club
Orange St, Manildra | 02 6364 5024
Telegraph Hotel
Bank St, Molong | 02 6366 8095
Jayes Café

Gidley St, Molong | 02 6366 8810
Molong Bakery
Bank St, Molong | 02 6366 8006
Molong RSL
Riddell St, Molong | 02 6366 8105
Café Molong
Hill St, Molong | 02 6366 8407
Wing Hang Chinese Restaurant
Bank St, Molong | 02 6366 8614
Langdons on Peabody
Peabody Rd, Molong | 02 6366 9661
Gelato Ingredients Manufacturers of Australia
90 Manildra Rd , Corner of Peabody Rd, Molong | 02 6366 8288
Royal Hotel Yeoval

Obley St, Yeoval | 02 6846 4003
Yeoval Newsagency and Takeaway
Forbes St, Yeoval | 02 6846 4102
Billabong Takeaway
Cnr Obley & Forbes St, Yeoval | 02 6846 4146
Yeoval Bowling Club
Bathurst St, Yeoval | 02 6846 4332
                                                    S. OrangeCumnock

School House Restaurant
Mayfield Vineyard, Icely Rd Orange | 02 6365 9295
Cumnock Take Away and Visitor Informat
37 Obley Street Cumnock | 02 6367 7552
26                    accommodation

     The Falls Vineyard Retreat

     Belubula Way, Canowindra | 02 6344 1293
     The Old Vic Inn
     Gaskill St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1009
     Blue Jacket Motel
     Bridge St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1002
     Canowindra Hotel
     Gaskill Street, Canowindra | 02 6344 1407
     Royal Hotel Canowindra
     Gaskill St,Canowindra | 02 6344 1201
     Canowindra Caravan Park
     Tilga St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1850
     Canowindra Riverview Motel
     3 Tilga St, Canowindra | 02 6344 1633
     Platypus Hollow
     ‘Gamboola Cabonne’, Molong | 02 6366 9166
     Old Redbank Farm Holiday
     ‘Old Redbank’ Garra Rd, Molong | 02 6366 8337
     Villa Ash
     Gidley St, Molong | 02 6366 8851
     Molong Motor Inn
     Gidley St, Molong | 02 6366 8099
     Telegraph Hotel
     Bank St, Molong | 02 6366 8095
     Molong Caravan Park
     Cnr Watson & Hill St, Molong | 02 6366 8328
     Molong Bed & Breakfast
     Edward St, Molong | 02 6366 9370
     Nyrang Homestead
     Peabody Rd, Nr Molong | 02 6364 2160
     BnBs B&B

     ‘Highfield’ Forbes Rd, Eugowra | 02 6859 2243
     Central Hotel
     2 Grevillea Ave, Eugowra | 02 6859 2300
     The Fat Lamb
     Broad St, Eugowra | 02 6859 2253

     Canobolas Mountain Cabins
     Mt Canobolas Rd, Nashdale | 02 6365 3656
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Royal Hotel Manildra
Kiewa St, Manildra | 02 6364 5070
Cudal Motor Inn

Main Street, Cudal | 02 6364 2175
Royal Hotel Cudal
Main Street, Cudal | 02 6364 2016
Cudal Caravan Park
Main St, Cudal | 02 6390 7100

Arancia B&B

                                                         Surrounding Orange
Wrights Ln, Orange | 02 6365 3305
Black Sheep Inn
91 Heifer Station Lane (off Escort Way) | 02 6362 6946
Belgravia Cottage
Belgravia Rd, Orange | 02 6365 0663
Borrodell on the Mount
Lake Canobolas Rd, Orange | 02 6365 3425
Strathnook Ln, Orange | 02 6365 1231
Royal Hotel Yeoval
                                                         Yeoval Cumnock

Obley St, Yeoval | 02 6846 4003
Royal Hotel Cumnock
Obley St, Cumnock | 02 6367 7208

For further information regarding the Villages
of Cabonne Country please call Cabonne Council’s
Promotions & Tourism Officer on 02 6392 3200

Further details can also be found by visiting
Borenore &                Manildra
surrounds                 Manildra Store & Post Office
Hillside Orchard          3/73 Kiewa St, Manildra
Escort Way (Forbes Rd),   P 02 6364 5287
Borenore                  Mon-Thurs, 6am-6pm
P 02 6365 2247            Fri, 6am-7pm
7 days, 9am-6pm           Sat, 8am-9pm
                          Sun, 8am-6pm
Mountain Tea House
42 Mt Canobolas Rd,       Molong
Mt Canobolas, Borenore    Cabonne Council
P 02 6365 3227            101 Bank Street, Molong
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm          P 02 6392 3200
Sat-Sun, 8:30am-5pm       Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Cargo                     The Yarn Market
Cargo Store               83 Bank St, Molong
Forbes St, Cargo          P 02 6366 8260
P 02 6364 3182            7 days, 9am-4pm
Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm
Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm          Yeoval
                          Yeoval Newsagency
Canowindra                & Takeaway
Age of Fishes Museum      27 Forbes St, Yeoval
Gaskill St, Canowindra    P 02 6846 4102
P 02 6344 1008            7 days, 8am-5.30pm
7 days, 10am-4pm
Cudal                     Lou’s Cafe
                          37 Obley Street Cumnock
Cabonne Food, Wine        P 02 6367 7552
& Cultural Centre         Mon-Thurs, 7.30am-7.30pm
9 Main St, Cudal          Fri-Sat, 7.30am-9pm
P 02 6364 2038            Sun, 8am-8pm
Fri-Sun, 10am-4pm

Eugowra                   Whilst every endeavour has been made to
                          ensure the information in this publication is
Eugowra Newsagency
                          correct at the time of printing, the producers
& Supermarket             cannot be held responsible for any consequences
32 Broad St, Eugowra      resulting from misdescription or inadvertent
P 02 6859 2420            errors contained herein.

7 Days
Mon-Fri, 6am-5.30pm
Sat-Sun, 6am-12pm
Sun, 9am-8pm

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