Yeoval is a small village in the Central Western district of New South Wales, Australia.
- Area:312.053 km2
- Elevation:386 m
- Local Government Area:Cabonne Council
Yeoval is a small village in the Central Western district of New South Wales, Australia.The town lies in Cabonne Shire.However, a small part lies over Buckinbah Creek in Wellington Shire which is referred to as North Yeoval. Yeoval is located between Dubbo and Orange. At the 2016 census, Yeoval had a population of 430. The town was the childhood home of Australian poet Banjo Paterson, who lived on the nearby Buckinbah property, and many of his poems reflect the area. A Banjo Paterson Museum is open to visitors.
Yeoval a village in the Central West of New South Wales, centrally located between Orange, Dubbo, Parkes and Wellington.In 1868, gold, silver and copper were discovered 7 km from Yeoval. The Goodrich Mine operated in this area periodically until 1971.Yeoval Post Office opened on 1 November 1884.Yeoval railway station opened in 1925 on the now closed Molong–Dubbo railway line, and was sited to the north of the village in North Yeoval. Passenger services operated until 1974.
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