Located 117 kilometres southwest of the Sydney central business district, Yerrinbool is a village in the northern part of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. It is situated on the historic Old Hume highway, welcoming visitors to the Southern Highlands as the first village of that region that is encountered when driving from Sydney.
The town’s name is an Aboriginal word for wood duck, an animal that lives in abundance in the ponds of Yerrinbool. Before settlement, the area of Yerrinbool was known as “Little Forest”. The town was established when a railway station was constructed in 1919, encourage settlers to develop the area. The Tennessee Orchard is located on the outskirts of Yerrinbool and allows people to get fresh apples, its main crop, as well as fresh local produce in season. Community facilities allow residents to converge in Yerrinbool, including a skate park, community hall, sporting field, ANZAC memorial and fire station.
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