Stockinbingal is a small town located on the Burley Griffin Way, 410 kilometres south of Sydney. Established in 1886 it is primarily a farming community that produces wheat, canola, cereal crops, sheep, wool, fat lambs and cattle. There are also small orchards of olives, almonds and cherries.
Stockinbingal has maintained its architectural integrity and remains virtually untouched since Federation. Its former commercial buildings remain intact as prime examples of the Australian vernacular style.