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ⓘ Gulgong




Gulgong
                                     

ⓘ Gulgong

Gulgong is a 19th-century gold rush town in the Central Tablelands and the wider Central West regions of the Australian state of New South Wales. The town is situated within the Mid-Western Regional Council local government area. It is located about 300 km north west of Sydney, and about 30 km north of Mudgee along the Castlereagh Highway. At the 2016 Census, Gulgong had a population of 2.521.

Today, a large part of the character of the 19th century the town remains, contributing to its attractiveness as a tourist destination. Of particular interest is the Opera house of the Prince of Wales, a survivor with a rich history.

Attracting attention is the pioneer Museum, Gulgong, which has a huge collection of thematically-exhibits, ranging from kitchen utensils to perform the work, which was relocated to the street on the website. In addition to tourism and hospitality, local industries include wine production, wool, wheat and coal.

Yarrobil national Park is located 21 km 13 miles North-West of Gulgong.

                                     
  • South Wales. Jackson was born in Gulgong New South Wales, Australia. He played his junior football for the Gulgong Bull Terriers and Mudgee Dragons.
  • railway between Dubbo and Western NSW to Newcastle. Only the Sandy Hollow Gulgong section has been completed as part of Ulan Mine Rail Link to Newcastle
  • Macquarie Shire to form Wellington Shire and the balance absorbed into Gulgong Shire. Proclamation 121 Government Gazette of the State of New South
  • the creek meets its confluence with the Goulburn River. The Sandy Hollow - Gulgong goods railway line passes through the locality. Points of interest include
  • Rush, but instead of mining took to highway robbery on the road between Gulgong and Mudgee. A skilled and elusive bushman, he evaded capture from the authorities
  • extended the railway for 20 km to connect with other railway lines at Gulgong thus forming an improved alternate route crossing the Great Dividing Range
  • natural flow of the Cudgegong River past the towns of Mudgee, and near Gulgong Cudgegong River Geographical Names Register GNR of NSW. Geographical
  • divisions of New South Wales. It includes the area to the east of Mudgee and Gulgong The Cudgegong River is the border to the south - west, and the Goulburn
  • Bylong Valley Way. Bylong has a railway crossing loop on the Sandy Hollow - Gulgong railway line. The railway passes through a long tunnel nearby. Rylstone

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