This is the website for the Numeralla Folk Festival, which we affectionately refer to as 'the little festival with the big heart'.
The Festival is held annually over the Australia Day long weekend, and there is no charge for camping or entertainment.
Highlights of this homespun festival are the Bush Dances on Saturday and Sunday nights and the Blackboard Concert, where seasoned professionals and budding artists can chalk their name up to play a couple of songs, recite a poem, spin a yarn or entertain the crowd in any creative way.
You might also like to amble about the Country Markets on Sunday morning to pick up a bargain, hear some homespun bluegrass music or have a cuppa.
Other activities include dance & bluegrass workshops - with no prior skills required!
The village of Numeralla is situated at the junction of the Numeralla and Badja Rivers, 22km east of the town of Cooma in south eastern New South Wales.
The main route to the village is from the Monaro Highway.
If you are approaching from Canberra, turn left just after M & T Motors about 4km north of Cooma, then left at the first crossroads just after the railway crossing. Once on this road, go straight ahead for 20 km and you’ll be in the village.
There are other routes by which to approach the village. All involve stretches of unsealed but sound road. Petrol is available in Cooma and Braidwood.
Please drive carefully – watch out for wildlife on the road, particularly at dawn and dusk.