Cudal is a pleasant village by the Boree Creek with 19th and 20th century architecture mingled with contemporary buildings. The town is in an agricultural setting of wheat, sheep and Canola fields.
Cudal is 35km west of Orange and offers spectacular scenery, especially during Canola cropping season, creating a yellow spread across the landscape.
Sir Thomas Mitchell started his three journeys (1835, 1836 and 1835) into the interior from Boree. Mr Mac Smith of Boree, provided the small portion of land at the intersection of the main roads near Boree for the purpose of the monument.
Things to see and do
Visit the Cabonne Food, Wine and Cultural Centre, Main Street, Cudal. Open Friday – Sunday 10am – 4pm
A caravan park to make your base while exploring the surrounding region
A monument marking Sir Thomas Mitchell’s Second Expedition to inland NSW is located just east of Cudal