Uralla - Places to See

Uralla
Town famous for its connection with the legendary bushranger Captain Thunderbolt
Uralla is a typical rural service town of some 2300 persons situated in hilly country 1005 metres above sea-level on the Northern Tablelands of New England region of New South Wales. It is 502 km north-north-east of Sydney, 488 km south-west of Brisbane and 23 km south-west of Armidale. The district is renowned for superfine wool and cattle and characterised by extensive protrusions of granite.

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Uralla - Sleep

Uralla
Town famous for its connection with the legendary bushranger Captain Thunderbolt
Uralla is a typical rural service town of some 2300 persons situated in hilly country 1005 metres above sea-level on the Northern Tablelands of New England region of New South Wales. It is 502 km north-north-east of Sydney, 488 km south-west of Brisbane and 23 km south-west of Armidale. The district is renowned for superfine wool and cattle and characterised by extensive protrusions of granite.

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Uralla - Eat

Uralla
Town famous for its connection with the legendary bushranger Captain Thunderbolt
Uralla is a typical rural service town of some 2300 persons situated in hilly country 1005 metres above sea-level on the Northern Tablelands of New England region of New South Wales. It is 502 km north-north-east of Sydney, 488 km south-west of Brisbane and 23 km south-west of Armidale. The district is renowned for superfine wool and cattle and characterised by extensive protrusions of granite.

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Mungindi - Fast Facts

Mungindi
Border town spreading from New South Wales across to Queensland.
Mungindi (pronounced 'mung-in-die') is truly a border town. Half of it is in NSW and half in Queensland. As NSW utilises daylight savings and Queensland does not, this creates the unusual situation where the one town is located within different time zones in the summer.

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Mungindi - Eat

Mungindi
Border town spreading from New South Wales across to Queensland.
Mungindi (pronounced 'mung-in-die') is truly a border town. Half of it is in NSW and half in Queensland. As NSW utilises daylight savings and Queensland does not, this creates the unusual situation where the one town is located within different time zones in the summer.

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Mungindi - Sleep

Mungindi
Border town spreading from New South Wales across to Queensland.
Mungindi (pronounced 'mung-in-die') is truly a border town. Half of it is in NSW and half in Queensland. As NSW utilises daylight savings and Queensland does not, this creates the unusual situation where the one town is located within different time zones in the summer.

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Mungindi - Culture and History

Mungindi
Border town spreading from New South Wales across to Queensland.
Mungindi (pronounced 'mung-in-die') is truly a border town. Half of it is in NSW and half in Queensland. As NSW utilises daylight savings and Queensland does not, this creates the unusual situation where the one town is located within different time zones in the summer.

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Tingha - Fast Facts

Tingha
Small service town on the New South Wales Northern Tablelands
Tingha, with an Aboriginal name said to mean 'flat or open land' is located on the Northern Tablelands of NSW, 26 km south of Inverell, 629 km north-north-east of Sydney and 460 km south-west of Brisbane.

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