Walcha - Places to See

Walcha (including Nowendoc, Woolbrook and Mount Seaview)
Attractive town on the edge of the Northern Tablelands
Walcha (pronounced 'Wolka') is a town of some 1800 people, located in a beautiful area 1067 m above sea-level on the eastern slopes of the Great Dividing Range at the south-eastern edge of the Northern Tablelands.

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Walcha - Sleep

Walcha (including Nowendoc, Woolbrook and Mount Seaview)
Attractive town on the edge of the Northern Tablelands
Walcha (pronounced 'Wolka') is a town of some 1800 people, located in a beautiful area 1067 m above sea-level on the eastern slopes of the Great Dividing Range at the south-eastern edge of the Northern Tablelands.

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Urbenville - Fast Facts

Urbenville
Small and interesting town near the New South Wales-Queensland border
Urbenville is a little town just 25 km from the Queensland border in a quite beautiful part of NSW's Northern Tablelands. Located in what has essentially been a cattle area, it is 806 km north-east of Sydney via the Pacific Highway (852 km via the New England Highway) and 70 km east of Kyogle. Situated 366 m above sea-level, Urbenville has a population of some 200 people.

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Urbenville - Places to See

Urbenville
Small and interesting town near the New South Wales-Queensland border
Urbenville is a little town just 25 km from the Queensland border in a quite beautiful part of NSW's Northern Tablelands. Located in what has essentially been a cattle area, it is 806 km north-east of Sydney via the Pacific Highway (852 km via the New England Highway) and 70 km east of Kyogle. Situated 366 m above sea-level, Urbenville has a population of some 200 people.

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Urbenville - Sleep

Urbenville
Small and interesting town near the New South Wales-Queensland border
Urbenville is a little town just 25 km from the Queensland border in a quite beautiful part of NSW's Northern Tablelands. Located in what has essentially been a cattle area, it is 806 km north-east of Sydney via the Pacific Highway (852 km via the New England Highway) and 70 km east of Kyogle. Situated 366 m above sea-level, Urbenville has a population of some 200 people.

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Urbenville - Eat

Urbenville
Small and interesting town near the New South Wales-Queensland border
Urbenville is a little town just 25 km from the Queensland border in a quite beautiful part of NSW's Northern Tablelands. Located in what has essentially been a cattle area, it is 806 km north-east of Sydney via the Pacific Highway (852 km via the New England Highway) and 70 km east of Kyogle. Situated 366 m above sea-level, Urbenville has a population of some 200 people.

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Uralla - Fast Facts

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 - Culture and History

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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