Visit Cabonne Country 

Cabonne extends from Eugowra, in the west, the site of Australia's biggest & most famous gold robbery at Escort Rock by Frank Gardiner, through to Ophir, where Australia's first gold rush was, in the East.

From the south of Canowindra, the ballooning Capital of Australia, a town full of historic pubs, antiques and wine, and to the north is the village of Yeoval, the childhood home of Banjo Paterson, one of Australia's most famous poets, Yeoval also hosts the Mulga Bill's Festival and Bike Fun Ride, the annual festival is a fun day out for the family with street stalls, vintage cars and bikes, novelty games and prizes.

Australia's Food basket, Cabonne Country produces a spectacular variety of foods. Dairy products, beef, lamb, venison, apples, berries, canola oil, wine, spring water, flour, eggs, and honey are just some of the products that hail from Cabonne Country.

Cabonne Country also produces a spectacular variety of wines which can be sourced from local outlets and major chains throughout Australia. Cabonne is in the unique position of having within its boundaries two distinct wine regions. The Cowra Wine region, of which Canowindra is a part, is a hot climate wine region famous for its magnificent golden chardonnays.
The Orange Wine Region, high on the slopes of Mt Canobolas, is a cool climate region which produces superb red varieties.What ever your taste there's ceratinly something to fit.

Cabonne Country is over 6,000 sq. km and home to some of the most beautiful and bountiful county in New South Wales. Including the magnificent Mt Canobolas - the highest point west until Africa!, Borenore Caves, a 360 million-year-old fish fossil find and now museum in Canowindra, three National Parks, and endless amounts of bushranger history.

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