What towns are in Gunnedah LGA?

What towns are in Gunnedah LGA?

It includes the town of Gunnedah and surrounding villages of Curlewis, Breeza, Carroll, Mullaley, Emerald Hill, Tambar Springs and Kelvin.

What’s the population of Gunnedah New South Wales?

approximately 13,000 people
Gunnedah has a growing population with approximately 13,000 people residing in the Shire, which includes 5 outlying villages. There are currently 10,000 residents living within the Township. Size: Gunnedah Shire covers an area of 5,092 square Kilometres including Gunnedah as the hub of the Shire.

What council area is Gunnedah?

Gunnedah Shire Council
Gunnedah Shire Council is located in northern New South Wales. The Council covers an area of 4,994 km² and has a population of 11,966. Population centres located within the municipality include; Gunnedah, Curlewis, Breeza, Carroll, Mullaley, Emerald Hill, Tambar Springs and Kelvin.

Is Gunnedah regional or rural?

Gunnedah is situated within the Liverpool Plains, a fertile agricultural region, with 80% of the surrounding shire area devoted to farming. The Namoi River flows west then north-west through the town providing water beneficial to agricultural operations in the area….Gunnedah.

Gunnedah New South Wales
Elevation 264 m (866 ft)

What LGA is Tamworth in?

The ‘Tamworth Regional’ local government area is classified as an ‘Area’. The Tamworth Regional local government area includes around 65 cities, towns, villages and localities including Tamworth (pop. around 33,000), Manilla (pop….Local government area for Tamworth, NSW.

Name Distance (km)
Nundle 45.6 km
Quirindi 52 km

What LGA is Narrabri in?

Narrabri Shire
Narrabri

Narrabri New South Wales
Location 521 km (324 mi) NW of Sydney 575 km (357 mi) SW of Brisbane 280 km (174 mi) NE of Dubbo 172 km (107 mi) NW of Tamworth 101 km (63 mi) S of Moree
LGA(s) Narrabri Shire
County Nandewar
State electorate(s) Barwon

Where does Gunnedah water supply come from?

Gunnedah Shire Council’s water supply serves a population of 10,000, with water drawn from 17 groundwater bores to supply Gunnedah, Curlewis, Mullaley and Tambar Springs.

What is the population of Glen Innes?

6,155
At the 2016 census, Glen Innes had a population of 6,155….Glen Innes, New South Wales.

Glen Innes New South Wales
Population 6,155 (2016 census)
Established 1852
Postcode(s) 2370
Elevation 1,062 m (3,484 ft)

What is Gunnedah postcode?

2380
Gunnedah/Postal codes

What region is Armidale in?

Armidale is a city in the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia. Armidale had a population of 24,504 as at June 2018. It is the administrative centre for the Northern Tablelands region….Armidale, New South Wales.

Armidale New South Wales
State electorate(s) Northern Tablelands
Federal division(s) New England

What region is Muswellbrook in?

Upper Hunter region
Muswellbrook Shire is a local government area in the Upper Hunter region of New South Wales, Australia….Muswellbrook Shire.

Muswellbrook Shire New South Wales
• Density 5.05/km2 (13.1/sq mi)
Established 1 July 1979
Area 3,405 km2 (1,314.7 sq mi)
Time zone AEST (UTC+10)

Is Tamworth regional area?

3,819 mi²
Tamworth Regional Council/Area

Where is the Gunnedah Shire located?

Gunnedah Shire is a local government area in the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia. The Shire is located adjacent to the Liverpool Plains in the Namoi River valley and is traversed by the Oxley Highway and the Kamilaroi Highway.

What is the population of Gunnedah?

In the 2016 census the town recorded a population of 9,726. Gunnedah is situated within the Liverpool Plains, a fertile agricultural region, with 80% of the surrounding shire area devoted to farming.

What is there to do in Gunnedah?

The Gunnedah area is noted for its abundance of native wildlife, including kangaroos, echidnas and koalas. Koalas can often be found in trees within the town, as well as in the surrounding countryside with the help of signs placed by the local tourist centre.

Where is Gunnedah railway station?

Gunnedah railway station is situated on the Mungindi (or North West) railway line, 475 kilometres (295 mi) from Sydney. The station, opened in 1879, consists of a substantial station building on a single side platform, a passing loop and small goods yard.