A small village under the Wollondilly Shire Council local government area in New South Wales, Yanderra is located 55 kilometres west of Wollongong, 44.2 kilometres south of Campbelltown, 21.9 kilometres north of Mittagong and 99.2 kilometres southwest of Sydney, along the border of the Macarthur Region and Southern Highlands and next to the Hume Highway. The village’s name was derived from an Aboriginal word for the turpentine tree. It is said that it was in this area that Europeans first recorded sightings of the koala, wombat and lyrebird. Yanderra enjoys a close proximity to a number of attractions and places of interest in the area, such as the Wirrimbirra Sanctuary, Bargo River State Conservation Area and Bargo State Recreation Area.
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