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ⓘ Oberon, New South Wales




Oberon, New South Wales
                                     

ⓘ Oberon, New South Wales

Oberon is a town located within the Oberon Council local government area, in the central tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. The main industries are farming, forestry and wood products. The town usually receives snowfall during the winter months, owing to its high elevation. At the 2016 census, Oberon had a population of 3.256 people.

It is the birthplace green politician Bob brown, Ken Sutcliffe, tennis court rider Scott Saul and former Penrith Panthers player mark Booth and Dr. Teresa Welsh. Oberon is located near Jenolan Caves and Kanangra-Boyd national Park.

Legendary Australian pub rock band, cold chisel, filmed a video clip for his hit single flame trees and around Oberon. Lyrics chisel keyboard player don Walker will present the history of a young man returning to his hometown, where he recalls the past and his ex-girlfriend from the area.

                                     
  • O Connell Road is a New South Wales rural road linking Oberon to the regional highway hub of Bathurst, where several roads including the Great Western
  • built for and operated by the New South Wales Government Railways of Australia. By 1877 the main lines in New South Wales were nearing Tamworth, Wagga
  • Accessible mainly by dirt road from Oberon New South Wales 70km to the west another route passes through Oakdale, New South Wales to the east, but that road
  • Lachlan Shire, New South Wales Australia. It lies about 22 km north of Goulburn and 22 km south of Taralga on the road from Goulburn to Oberon and Bathurst
  • Lachlan Shire, New South Wales Australia. It lies about 36 km north of Goulburn and 9 km south of Taralga on the road from Goulburn to Oberon and Bathurst
  • South Wales Little River Oberon LGA Geographical Names Register GNR of NSW. Geographical Names Board of New South Wales Retrieved 3 April 2013.
  • approximately 120 kilometres 75 mi west of Sydney and 40 kilometres 25 mi south of Oberon The park includes the catchments of Silent Creek and the Retreat River
  • The local government areas LGA of New South Wales in Australia describes the institutions and processes by which areas, cities, towns, municipalities
  • rivers and hydrography of the state of New South Wales Australia. The principal topographic feature of New South Wales is the series of low highlands and

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