Rich in sporting and community culture, Cumnock is now firmly on the map with the Animals on Bikes Paddock Art Trail; over 100 scultpures along 120km between Molong and Dubbo Zoo, via Cumnock and Yeoval. The rolling hills surrounding Cumnock are well regarded for sheep and wool production, cattle and grain.
Things to do:
Drive along the Banjo Paterson Way to spot the many 'Animals on Bikes' sculptures and discover the Animals on Bikes gallery and sculptures dotted around town
Join the growing number of cyclists who ride through this area for the scenery and the friendly village welcome
Look for the colourful totems down the main street
- Come to the Cumnock Agricultural Show in March
Did you know?
Established in 1865, Cumnock was first settled as a farming community. The village is known as a rugby legend breeding ground; having produced five Australian Wallaby players, all of whom lived down Burgoon Lane!