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Cuttabri, NSW

Located 38kms South West of Wee Waa on the Pilliga Road (Sealed Road from Wee Waa to Cuttabri).
The harsh days of our forefathers who forged west from Wee Waa can be revisited at the Cuttabri Wine Shanty and old Telegraph Station behind it. A hub of activity in the Cobb and Co days, this wine shanty enjoys the distinction of holding this country’s second wine shanty licence (1882) and is believed to be the only wine shanty still operating in Australia.Join the long list of visitor’s to the Shanty who sign the Visitor’s book
It is open every day from 9am – 10pm for refreshments,terrific meals and a dose of nostalgia.
Groups always Welcome by appointment

Nearest Airport: Narrabri

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About Cuttabri

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Cuttabri Postcode: 2388
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -30.4128
  • Longitude: 149.15897
  • Elevation: 195m
  • Population: 43
  • Median Income: $27248
  • Area (Sq/km): 296.94
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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