- New South Wales, Australia
Sally Coddington was a nominee for the ABC Rural Woman if the year Award in 1997. She was regional winner for the Western Plains district in New South Wales.
When Sally married Graham, a fourth generation woolgrower, she became a co-principal of Roseville Park Merino and Angus Stud. At the time of her nomination she was an active member of the Australian Wool growers Association, the New South Wales Stud Breeders Association and the Dubbo (New South Wales) Tourist Association.
Sally and Graham have handed on the management of Roseville Park to their son, Matthew and his wife Cherie. They have retained 8000 acres based around their current home of Eulandool near Dubbo and at Limestone, Parkes and run the Roseville Park Dohne (a breed of sheep that produces quality wool and meat) Stud.