Humula is a small country town between Tarcutta and Tumbarumba in New South Wales, Australia. Humula Station, which is just outside the town, is one of Australia's most historic farming and grazing properties. Humula was once named "American Yards" or, "American Fields" during the gold rush, where many Chinese came for gold years ago.
Although Humula is a small town, it has its own Fire Brigade, public school, post office, and a recreation ground. After surviving many fires including the latest in February 2006, Humula is still in one piece.