Warialda - Fast Facts

Warialda
Attractive small town on the Warialda Creek
Warialda, population 1285, is the major town of the Yallaroi Shire in north-western NSW. It is situated 602 km north of Sydney and 320 m above sea-level on a tributary creek of the Gwydir River. Warialda also lies at the intersection of two main roads, being 190 km north of Tamworth along the Fossickers Way and 62 km north-west of Inverell via the Gwydir Highway. Surrounded by pleasant bushland it is a service centre to a wool, sorghum and wheat-growing area which also has a number of stud farms.

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Warialda - Culture and History

Warialda
Attractive small town on the Warialda Creek
Warialda, population 1285, is the major town of the Yallaroi Shire in north-western NSW. It is situated 602 km north of Sydney and 320 m above sea-level on a tributary creek of the Gwydir River. Warialda also lies at the intersection of two main roads, being 190 km north of Tamworth along the Fossickers Way and 62 km north-west of Inverell via the Gwydir Highway. Surrounded by pleasant bushland it is a service centre to a wool, sorghum and wheat-growing area which also has a number of stud farms.

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Warialda - Places to See

Warialda
Attractive small town on the Warialda Creek
Warialda, population 1285, is the major town of the Yallaroi Shire in north-western NSW. It is situated 602 km north of Sydney and 320 m above sea-level on a tributary creek of the Gwydir River. Warialda also lies at the intersection of two main roads, being 190 km north of Tamworth along the Fossickers Way and 62 km north-west of Inverell via the Gwydir Highway. Surrounded by pleasant bushland it is a service centre to a wool, sorghum and wheat-growing area which also has a number of stud farms.

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Warialda - Sleep

Warialda
Attractive small town on the Warialda Creek
Warialda, population 1285, is the major town of the Yallaroi Shire in north-western NSW. It is situated 602 km north of Sydney and 320 m above sea-level on a tributary creek of the Gwydir River. Warialda also lies at the intersection of two main roads, being 190 km north of Tamworth along the Fossickers Way and 62 km north-west of Inverell via the Gwydir Highway. Surrounded by pleasant bushland it is a service centre to a wool, sorghum and wheat-growing area which also has a number of stud farms.

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Wallabadah - Fast Facts

Wallabadah (including Goonoo Goonoo)
Attractive little village on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek
Wallabadah is an attractive little village with tree-lined streets on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek, beneath the mountains of the Peel Range and on the eastern rim of the Liverpool Plains. Situated on the New England Highway it is 60 km south of Tamworth and 359 km north of Sydney. Fine wool, stud cattle, turkeys, pecan nuts and prime lambs sustain the local economy.

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Wallabadah - Culture and History

Wallabadah (including Goonoo Goonoo)
Attractive little village on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek
Wallabadah is an attractive little village with tree-lined streets on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek, beneath the mountains of the Peel Range and on the eastern rim of the Liverpool Plains. Situated on the New England Highway it is 60 km south of Tamworth and 359 km north of Sydney. Fine wool, stud cattle, turkeys, pecan nuts and prime lambs sustain the local economy.

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Wallabadah - Places to See

Wallabadah (including Goonoo Goonoo)
Attractive little village on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek
Wallabadah is an attractive little village with tree-lined streets on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek, beneath the mountains of the Peel Range and on the eastern rim of the Liverpool Plains. Situated on the New England Highway it is 60 km south of Tamworth and 359 km north of Sydney. Fine wool, stud cattle, turkeys, pecan nuts and prime lambs sustain the local economy.

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Wallabadah - Eat

Wallabadah (including Goonoo Goonoo)
Attractive little village on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek
Wallabadah is an attractive little village with tree-lined streets on the upper reaches of Quirindi Creek, beneath the mountains of the Peel Range and on the eastern rim of the Liverpool Plains. Situated on the New England Highway it is 60 km south of Tamworth and 359 km north of Sydney. Fine wool, stud cattle, turkeys, pecan nuts and prime lambs sustain the local economy.

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