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Burcher, NSW

Situated in picturesque countryside, the tiny village of Burcher, with its tree- lined streets, has a lot to offer visitors. Main attractions include Lake Cowal and magnificent Manna Mountain where generations of indigenous Australians have sharpened their axes. The Bush Chapel on the edge of town is a wonderful place to sit and think. The town’s old bakery now serves as an interesting museum of local history. The locals are welcoming, so make new friends and hear more about Burcher at the local store or hotel.

Nearest Airport: West Wyalong

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About Burcher

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Burcher Postcode: 2671
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -33.51524
  • Longitude: 147.25006
  • Elevation: 218m
  • Population: 82
  • Median Income: $25584
  • Area (Sq/km): 533.419
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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Glasshouse Mountains