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ⓘ Grabben Gullen




Grabben Gullen
                                     

ⓘ Grabben Gullen

Grabben Gullen is a small village in Upper Lachlan Shire, New South Wales, Australia. At the 2016 census, it had a population of 253. It is located between Crookwell and Gunning, situated at an elevation of 898 metres above sea level, several snowfalls occur during the winter months.

The city is regularly visited by fossickers, looking for sapphires, garnets, Zircons and gold. Its name is derived from the term aboriginal means "little water" and was chosen because of the numerous small streams in the area that flow into the river Lachlan.

Built in the early 1800-ies, the kid the Pilgrim Saint of the Catholic St. Marys Church, a post office was opened December 16, 1891, and a pub named the Albion. The Church in the Gothic style. Designed by an architect named Mr. Gordon in the historical records, it is located approximately 4.5 km from the centre of the village and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013.

Baby Life now is a tourist attraction in the upper Lachlan region, and hosts a monthly produce market.

                                     
  • McSorley Personal information Full name Phillip Thomas McSorley Born 1898 Grabben Gullen New South Wales, Australia Died 31 January 1970 Narwee, New South Wales
  • Michael Durack Born 22 July 1865 Grabben Gullen New South Wales Died 3 September 1950 1950 - 09 - 03 aged 85 Perth, Western Australia Nationality Australian
  • Black gum Eucalyptus aggregata at Grabben Gullen Conservation status Vulnerable  EPBC Act Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes
  • Greigs Flat Public School Greigs Flat Bega Valley 1869 1951 Gullen Public School Grabben Gullen Upper Lachlan 1883 1971 Gundaroo Upper Public School near

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