NSW drought relief drop-off point damaged

A woman is accused of driving erratically, injuring cattle and crashing into fences on a NSW rural property that's being used as a donation drop-off point for drought-affected farmers.

Police say the 35-year-old driver hit about 10 fences on the property at Yeoval, south of Dubbo, as well as several cows and the property owners' car on Sunday night.

The owners called police when they spotted the woman's Ford in their driveway and followed her as she fled.

She was nabbed by police hours later and she's alleged to have kicked a senior constable's leg and foot during her arrest.

Officers say they found mobile phones, jewellery, an emergency services medal, methylamphetamine, cash and a pocket knife in her car.

The woman was charged with nine offences, including predatory driving, destroying or damaging property, assaulting an officer and drug possession.

She was refused bail to appear at Wellington Local Court on August 21.