ⓘ Werris Creek

Werris Creek

ⓘ Werris Creek

Werris Creek is a small town in New South Wales, Australia, near Tamworth, in Liverpool Plains Shire. It is north of Quirindi and is at the junction of the Main North railway line to Armidale and Moree. At the 2011 census, Werris Creek had a population of 1.437.

  • Gulgong. The Main North continues northwards through the Ardglen Tunnel to Werris Creek where the Mungindi Line branches off to Moree, and a former cross country
  • replaced with GM 6.71 engines. In the 1970s, BPH38 was reallocated to Werris Creek to operate services on the Barraba line from Tamworth connecting with
  • June of 2019, Crawfords commenced operations at it s newly developed, Werris Creek Intermodal Rail Terminal. This service has quickly grown, from 3x900m
  • continues to operate through the town between Dubbo and the Binnaway to Werris Creek line. Binnaway was also home to Frank Bourke s famous White Rose Orchestra
  • Werri Beach is a town in the Illawarra, south of Kiama and immediately north of Gerringong in New South Wales, Australia. It is located on the coast of
  • program for three - year olds. Students come from Gunnedah, Quirindi, Werris Creek Manilla, Somerton, Narrabri and Carroll. Carinya Christian School Tamworth
  • No.38 were then transferred to north west with units being based at Werris Creek Narrabri and Moree, where they remained until their retirement in November
  • farms and a hotel. The town formerly had a station on the Binnaway - Werris Creek railway line. Street - Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Binnaway, New South Wales and Mendooran, New South Wales. The Dubbo to Werris Creek railway line runs through the parish of Biamble and the former Neilrex

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