Located on the banks of the Umeralla River, roughly 25 km east of
Numeralla is a great spot for fishing, camping and gold panning. There is also
the annual folk festival around Australia Day.
At a height of 1,234 m, the
Numeralla Mountain is the highest peak of the Great Dividing Range in this
region. It can be seen on the right as you enter the village from Cooma.
The Aboriginal meaning of Numeralla is the valley of plenty.
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