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Ashby, NSW

Travelling north on the Pacific Highway you will turn left into Watts Lane and follow the signs along the scenic drive towards Ashby. This peaceful village is a great place to go for a scenic drive, perhaps pack a picnic and enjoy in on the river bank looking over the river towards Maclean and the hills of Maclean. The local residents of Ashby hold a market on the third Sunday of the month which is a great day out for the family to enjoy the local produce and have a nice bbq lunch or breakfast.

Nearest Airport: Grafton

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About Ashby

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Ashby Postcode: 2463
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -29.42393
  • Longitude: 153.18745
  • Elevation: 25m
  • Population: 326
  • Median Income: $25480
  • Area (Sq/km): 14.03
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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