Ourimbah’s name came from the Aboriginal word “Oorin” which means “belt of manhood.” The Oorin is a stone axe that is traditionally carried on hunting expeditions and the “Oorinbah” is the ceremonial ground where the initiation to manhood happens. Today, Ourimbah is home to a number of historical sites and heritage buildings, from the Pacific Highway World War 1 Monument to the historical Post Office and Residence in Station Street. For those who want to drop by Ourimbah, they may simply ride the Sydney-Newcastle railway line or drive through the Pacific Highway. Ourimbah is currently developing into a popular residential area that has schools and businesses that can cater to families.
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