Werris Creek - Places to See

Werris Creek (and Currabubula)
Small Town on the North West Slopes near Tamworth
The township of Werris Creek is located off the New England Highway en route to Quirindi, 373 km north of Sydney and 44 km south-west of Tamworth. 380 m above sea-level. The brook which gives the town its name is a tributary of the Mooki River catchment.

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Werris Creek - Sleep

Werris Creek (and Currabubula)
Small Town on the North West Slopes near Tamworth
The township of Werris Creek is located off the New England Highway en route to Quirindi, 373 km north of Sydney and 44 km south-west of Tamworth. 380 m above sea-level. The brook which gives the town its name is a tributary of the Mooki River catchment.

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Werris Creek - Eat

Werris Creek (and Currabubula)
Small Town on the North West Slopes near Tamworth
The township of Werris Creek is located off the New England Highway en route to Quirindi, 373 km north of Sydney and 44 km south-west of Tamworth. 380 m above sea-level. The brook which gives the town its name is a tributary of the Mooki River catchment.

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Wee Waa - Fast Facts

Wee Waa (plus Cubbaroo, Burren Junction, Cuttabri and Pilliga)
A town which proclaims itself The Cotton Capital of Australia
Wee Waa (pronounced 'Wee War') is known as The Cotton Capital of Australia. It is the base of The Namoi Cotton Co-Operative (the largest grower-owned organisation in the country) and of Cotton Seed Distributors who sell seeds to growers from around the world. Cotton was first introduced into the area in the early 1960s and intensive research and improved irrigation have created the largest cotton yields in Australia, bringing considerable prosperity to the district.

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Wee Waa - Culture and History

Wee Waa (plus Cubbaroo, Burren Junction, Cuttabri and Pilliga)
A town which proclaims itself The Cotton Capital of Australia
Wee Waa (pronounced 'Wee War') is known as The Cotton Capital of Australia. It is the base of The Namoi Cotton Co-Operative (the largest grower-owned organisation in the country) and of Cotton Seed Distributors who sell seeds to growers from around the world. Cotton was first introduced into the area in the early 1960s and intensive research and improved irrigation have created the largest cotton yields in Australia, bringing considerable prosperity to the district.

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Wee Waa - Places to See

Wee Waa (plus Cubbaroo, Burren Junction, Cuttabri and Pilliga)
A town which proclaims itself The Cotton Capital of Australia
Wee Waa (pronounced 'Wee War') is known as The Cotton Capital of Australia. It is the base of The Namoi Cotton Co-Operative (the largest grower-owned organisation in the country) and of Cotton Seed Distributors who sell seeds to growers from around the world. Cotton was first introduced into the area in the early 1960s and intensive research and improved irrigation have created the largest cotton yields in Australia, bringing considerable prosperity to the district.

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Wee Waa - Sleep

Wee Waa (plus Cubbaroo, Burren Junction, Cuttabri and Pilliga)
A town which proclaims itself The Cotton Capital of Australia
Wee Waa (pronounced 'Wee War') is known as The Cotton Capital of Australia. It is the base of The Namoi Cotton Co-Operative (the largest grower-owned organisation in the country) and of Cotton Seed Distributors who sell seeds to growers from around the world. Cotton was first introduced into the area in the early 1960s and intensive research and improved irrigation have created the largest cotton yields in Australia, bringing considerable prosperity to the district.

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Wee Waa - Eat

Wee Waa (plus Cubbaroo, Burren Junction, Cuttabri and Pilliga)
A town which proclaims itself The Cotton Capital of Australia
Wee Waa (pronounced 'Wee War') is known as The Cotton Capital of Australia. It is the base of The Namoi Cotton Co-Operative (the largest grower-owned organisation in the country) and of Cotton Seed Distributors who sell seeds to growers from around the world. Cotton was first introduced into the area in the early 1960s and intensive research and improved irrigation have created the largest cotton yields in Australia, bringing considerable prosperity to the district.

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