What another delightful town in southern NSW. Population of approx. 6,000 people is the birth place of Sir Donald Bradman a renowned Cricketer of his time as a batsman.
1860 - 1862 many people settled in the town as it was the Gold Rush time, agriculture also became the thing after the mines were depleted.
The morning temperature was -7 degC for the two mornings we stayed in Cootamundra with beautiful sunny crisp days.
Sir Donald Bradman's birthplace.
Avenue of busts of Australian Cricket Captains.
Train Station and Post Office in Cootamundra
The old hospital, don't know what it's used for these days.
Caravan Park below