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Booral, NSW

Nestled in the hinterlands of New South Wales, just south of Stroud, Booral is a small village with a rich history and charming atmosphere. With stunning country views and friendly locals, Booral is the perfect destination for those seeking a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Booral, NSW

Booral was once the premier wheat-growing area of the Australian Agricultural Company’s Port Stephens Estate. The Booral wharf, which was constructed in 1834, was the highest navigable point of the Karuah River and today, its stone ruins can still be seen by boat upstream from Allworth. The Booral House, built in 1831, was the chief superintendent’s showplace of the district and still stands today as a beautiful example of the area’s rich history.

Today, Booral is a relaxed laid-back village, offering a range of amenities for visitors and locals alike. One of the highlights of the village is The Koffee Run, a charming cafe serving up rich and satisfying coffee blends and a variety of treats to entice the taste buds. The Koffee Run is a must-visit for coffee lovers, offering a cozy and inviting atmosphere where you can sit back, relax, and savor every sip.

Ma Baker Booral

For those in search of a delicious meal, Booral’s pie shop, MA Baker, is the perfect destination. Offering a range of savory pastries, authentic pies, and delicious cakes, MA Baker is a local favorite that is sure to please everyone’s taste buds. Whether you’re in the mood for a hearty breakfast or a midday snack, MA Baker has something for everyone.

Nearest Airport: Taree

Where to stay?


  • Farm/Station
  • Rural/Country
  • Nature based
  • Relaxation

About Booral

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Booral Postcode: 2425
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -32.47975
  • Longitude: 152.00175
  • Elevation: 54m
  • Population: 407
  • Median Income: $31252
  • Area (Sq/km): 140.646
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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