Surrounded by Mulga and Cypress scrubland lies Cumborah, once a thriving epicentre for local graziers, their families, and employees.
The name Cumborah is an English translation of ‘sweet water’ with small springs bubbling up out of the sandstone. Cumborah is Yuwaalaraay Country it is home to the Ngunga Burra - People of the Kurrajong. The Narran River runs through these lands and the legends vary from “Wirrangan” (clever men) to giant Crocodiles!
Cumborah is famous for its beautiful gravels, fossilised wood and agate. Cumborah Hall is the hub of social activities for young and old; farmers who play the gamble of flood and drought to produce beef, lanb, wool, wheat and chickpeas and opal miners who search for the elusive and exquisite black opal. Cumborah offers free camping and is a mere 15kms from the infamous Pubs In the Scrub of Grawin, Glengarry & the Sheepyard Opal Fields.