Captains Walk

The Captains Walk in Cootamundra is a unique attraction featuring 42 bronze sculptures of Australian Test Cricket Captains, including Unaarrimim, the leading Aboriginal player in the first Australian cricket team to tour England in 1868. With strong connections to two Australian test cricket captains, Sir Donald Bradman and Bill Murdoch, both of whom have ties […]

Sir Donald Bradman’s Birthplace

Visit the birthplace of Sir Donald Bradman, widely regarded as “the greatest batsman the world has ever known,” located at 89 Adams Street in Cootamundra. Granny Scholz, the midwife who delivered Sir Donald, operated a small private hospital in the front room of this building. In 1991, the cottage was refurbished and lovingly restored, and […]

The Arts Centre Cootamundra (TACC)

The Arts Centre Cootamundra (TACC) is a vibrant hub for arts and culture in the Cootamundra and Gundagai Region. TACC provides a space for local artists and performers to showcase their talents, while contributing to the cultural development of the region. With top-class facilities and programming, TACC attracts visitors, new residents, and investment to the […]

Cootamundra Heritage Centre

The Cootamundra Heritage Centre, which opened in August 2001, is a museum located within the historic 1927-built Cootamundra Railway Barracks and Rest House. The museum’s permanent object collection focuses on Cootamundra and the surrounding district, and is enriched by 14 themed rooms covering topics such as the history of the Cootamundra Aboriginal Girls Training Home, […]