Crookwell is a fine example of a large Country town with many of it’s bulidings dating back to its origins in the mid 19th century.
The original Aboriginal name of Crookwell was “Kiamma”, meaning “good fishing ground”. An abundance of sparkling streams are good for trout fishing. There’s even a Fly Fishing School for learning or just brushing up on your skills.
There is a large range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets including Caravan parks, Farm Stays, Hotels, Motels and B&B’s.