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ⓘ Moonbi




Moonbi
                                     

ⓘ Moonbi

Moonbi is a village situated on the New England Highway 20 kilometres north of Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia. It is nestled at the foot of the Moonbi Range and is part of the Tamworth Regional Council local government area. Moonbi is located a few kilometres to the north of the town of Kootingal. At the 2006 census, Moonbi had a population of 357 people.

The village is known as a center for the poultry industry with many large poultry farms and associated industries located around the area. Moonbi was erected a large fibreglass chicken in recognition of the poultry industry centered here. There are a number of small lifestyle blocks, which are often used for performance horses.

                                     
  • befriends some aboriginal people, steals a racehorse, Combo and robs the Moonbi Mail Coach. He then enters Combo in a horse race and wins. He is rescued
  • the genus Acacia native to north eastern Australia. It is common in the Moonbi Ranges. The evergreen tree or shrub typically grows to a height of 3 to
  • the narrow highlands area of the New England region, stretching from the Moonbi Range in the south to the Queensland border in the north. The region corresponds
  • Range Illawarra escarpment Koonyum Range Liverpool Range McPherson Range Moonbi Range Mount Royal Range Nandewar Range Nightcap Range Ramshead Range Snowy
  • the Australian Capital Territory and in New South Wales south from the Moonbi Range. Calochilus montanus World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  • skeletal soils derived from granite or sandstone. It is found north from Moonbi in New South Wales to Wallangarra and Stanthorpe in Queensland. This eucalypt

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