Cootamundra is located in south-west New South Wales on the Olympic Highway.
It is known for being the birthplace of famous cricketer Sir Donald Bradman, and has a museum dedicated to his memory.
Cootamundra court house was built in 1901. It is located on Parker Street near to Jubilee Park.
Cootamundra can be reached by train, with frequent services running on the NSW TrainLink XPT line between Melbourne and Sydney. Alternatively, it is approximately a four hour drive from Sydney.
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