A small town under the Parkes Shire local government area in the Central West region of New South Wales, Trundle is situated 37 kilometres south-southeast of Tullamore, 61 kilometres northwest of Parkes and 68 kilometres northeast of Condobolin. The town is believed to have been named after a place of the same name located northeast of Porthsmouth, England. At present, Trundle has an unusually wide main street at 60 metres, and the town is known for this because the street is considered as one of the widest main streets in Australia. It had to be this wide in order to accommodate the turning of bullock trains. Another landmark, the Trundle Hotel, also holds the recognition of having the longest hotel balcony in New South Wales at 86 metres. The town also has a number of sporting venues and community facilities, including a golf course, tennis course, a 25-metre swimming pool, horse-racing facilities and a sporting oval called Berryman Park. Trundle is also known for a number of events and festivals, the most popular being the Bush Tucker Day held every September, the highlight of which is a bush tucker cook-off.
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