Wildes Meadow is a small suburban town located in the local government area of the in the state of New South Wales. Historical data shows that the first signs of settlement activity took place in Wildes Meadow during the mid-1800s. At that time, the main uses for land involved agriculture, timber-getting and grazing. Wildes Meadow is within the Robertson District, which has different features and landmarks that will appeal to nature lovers, such as parts of the Morton National Park and Budderoo National Park, Robertson Nature Reserve, a small part of the Macquarie Pass National Park, Tourist Road Oval, Belmore Falls, Meryla State Forest, Yarrawa State Forest, Wingecarribee Reservoir, Fitzroy Falls Reservoir, Burrawang Park, Hampden Park, Mimosa Gardens, The Big Potato and the Hoddle Street Playground.
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