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Numeralla - Cities, Towns and Localities
Located on the banks of the Umeralla River, roughly 25 km east of Cooma. 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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Numeralla Attractions

Cascades / Tuross Falls
• Take the Countegany Road and follow the signs to Cascades Camping area. This is a rustic camping area with BBQs. From here there is a short walk to the lookout for Tuross Falls. Please note that this is an unsealed road.
Numeralla Diggers Hall
• MacLean St, NUMERALLA NSW • Ph: 02 6453 3355
• Constructed after the First World War as a memorial to the soldiers, the hall is still used as meeting place and public hall. The hall was built in 1920-21 by Ted Thomas, with the supper room added in 1926. Kitchen and toilets were added in 1978 and a verandah a few years later. The open fireplace was used to cook stew and potatoes for supper at dances that were held in the hall. A new kitchen was added in June 2006.|

Dances were the predominate activity at the hall, especially used for raising funds during the Second World War. 'Comfort Fund' functions were also held there, the Australian Comforts Fund (ACF) being born out of the First World War. The ACF being comprised largely of female volunteers who knitted a huge number of socks for the troops at the front. Shirts, vest and pyjamas were also provided by the volunteers, along with funds to assist with providing comforts such as foodstuffs and writing materials for the soldiers fighting overseas.

Today, the hall is heritage listed, and the location for the Numeralla Folk Festival, as well as the focus for celebrations on Australia Day weekend.

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Numeralla Distance

Distance to Numeralla
• Following are some approximate distances by road to Numeralla:
• Adaminaby 74
• Berridale 55
• Braidwood 199
• Bredbo 55
• Cooma 22
• Jindabyne 84
• Maffra 62
• Sydney 410
Distances given are only approximation, they should be verified with the appropriate maps.
The Australian Automotive Motoring Associations also offer select access to travel trip planners.

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