Located only 36 km west of Coolah Tops National Park and 121 km south-east of
the Warrumbungle National Park,
Coolah is the gateway to the Coolah Tops National Park and centrally located to
a number of other popular destinations including
The Australian expression beyond the black stump a phrase meaning beyond the
limits of settlement is said to have been derived from Governor Macquaries
proclamation of where land could be bought, let or settled in the Coolah area.
In fact, the name Coolah comes from an Aboriginal word meaning place where the
fire went out and left a black stump.
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