1. Royal Hotel, Yeoval
2. Banjo Paterson memorial
3. Sculpture Abstract Head of Henry Moore, by Drago Cherina
4. Bikes in trees
Yeoval is a small town (population 400) with a mining history and a railway line now closed. Its main claim to historic fame is that the bush poet Banjo Paterson lived the first 7 years of his life in the town. This is celebrated with the annual Mulga Bill Bicycle Festival and bikes in trees mark this event.
A recent addition has been the huge sculpture at Banjo Paterson park, a pleasant picnic spot down by the river.