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Woolbrook, NSW

Woolbrook is located west of Walcha some 25 kms, and is situated on the MacDonald River. There is a great picnic and a free camping spot on the river on the western side of the bridge, where many people swim in the summer months and fish for trout in the fishing season.You can even use the woolbrook hall for a measily $10 for cooking and the hot showers and amenities in the hall if you call 6777 5813, or 6777 5911.

Some of woolbrooks houses are built of a sandstone block which is very unique for the area, and the village also has the rail line passing through town with a great rail bridge that crosses the MacDonald River. A great place to relax or to take a break from driving.

Nearest Airport: Armidale

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About Woolbrook

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Woolbrook Postcode: 2354
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -30.94491
  • Longitude: 151.34256
  • Elevation: 911m
  • Population: 185
  • Median Income: $22568
  • Area (Sq/km): 373.058
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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