Yevoal Community has a current population of approximately 400 and is located at the junction of
the Buckinbah and Sandy Creeks approximately 40km southwest of Wellington.
Yeoval offers an extensive range of community facilities for its size including two
primary schools and a Aged Care Hospital.
There were 310 people in Yeoval on the night of the August 2001 Census (does not
include the residents in the rural residential area to the north in Wellington Shire).
The principle transport route through the village is the Parkes to Wellington Road. The village is located on the northern boundary of the Cabonne Shire with Wellington Shire and is separated by the Buckinbah Creek (also known as the Burgoon Creek).
Agricultural activities around the village include wool, fat lambs, cattle, wheat and
canola. Yeoval is close to the Goobang National Park.
Services and Open Space
Yeoval offers a wide range of open space services including a large sports precinct involving a swimming pool, sports oval, tennis courts and bowling greens. A nine-hole golf course shares land with the showgrounds on the northwest fringe next to the Buckinbah Creek. A newly developed reserve is located along the eastern side of the Sandy Creek and two smaller reserves are located at either end of the village.