Yerrinbool is a Northern Village of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, in the Wingecarribee Shire, and is accessible from the Hume Highway (via Bargo or Alpine) and is about 12 km drive from nearby Mittagong. It is 6–8 km to Hill Top as the crow flies, accessible by foot via a fire trail. It was previously officially known as the Town of Yerrinbool. It is located on the historic Old Hume Highway. At the 2006 census, Yerrinbool had a population of 1,088.
Yerrinbool railway station is served by the NSW TrainLink Southern Highlands Line.
The Yerrinbool General Store, across the road from the station, closed in 2014. Community facilities include a community hall, fire station, an Anzac memorial, sporting field and skate park. Located on the northern outskirts of the town, is the Tennessee Orchard, the main crop being apples, and where local fresh produce can be purchased in season.
Yerrinbool's sporting field is home-ground for the joint Yerrinbool-Bargo soccer team; the Yerrinbool-Bargo Bushrangers. The Bushrangers are part of the Highlands Soccer Association and a team in the Highlands Competition.
It contains a Bahá'í School which is a retreat for practitioners of the Bahá'í religion. It is known as the Yerrinbool Baha'i Centre of Learning. See Bahá'í Faith in Australia.
Yerrinbool is distinguished on the Hume Highway as the town which has the "Welcome to the Southern Highlands" sign as it is the first town of the Southern Highlands on the Hume Highway coming from Sydney.
Yerrinbool can also be distinguished by the Tennessee Orchard Sign which has a large round red apple on it. The bright sign can be seen when travelling past the village on the Hume Highway.