Yeoval is the classic surprise town. You also will be surprised. Yeoval (a never heard of it town) is encounted when traveling the Wellington/ Parkes Hgy. Yeoval is a very small service town that has quite a number of unique heritage qualities; not the least Banjo Paterson also features strongly with the history of the town.
The town was the childhood home of Australian poet Banjo Paterson, who lived on the nearby Buckinbah property, and many of his poems reflect the area.
This place is situated in Cabonne, New South Wales, and its original name (with diacritics) is Yeoval. ??????
Yeoval Post Office opened on 1 November 1884. Yeoval railway station opened in 1925 on the now closed Molong- Dubbo railway line, and was sited to the north of the village in North Yeoval. Passenger services operated until 1974. . Yeoval has 2 schools, Yeoval Central School, opened in 1883 and St Columbia's Catholic School.
St Luke's Anglican Church, which was opened in 1925, is part of the parish of St Matthew's Cumnock. The United likewise is an old church. The Catholic Church is a new ugly. At least the old convent has historic appeal.