A small village under the local government area of Mid-Western Regional Council in the Central West region of New South Wales, Lue is located 19.79 kilometres northwest of Rylstone, 24.97 kilometres east of Mudgee, 43.81 kilometres southeast of Gulgong, 84.72 kilometres west of Denman and 261 kilometres northwest of the state capital of Sydney. Lue sits on the now defunct Gwabegar Railway Line between the bigger towns of Rylstone and Mudgee. It was originally called Dungaree, then officially renamed Lue in 1884 after the village was relocated to accommodate the then newly-built Mudgee station of the railway branch line. The town was cut off from rail services with the closing of the Lue station in March 1986. Today, Lue is still home to a number of attractions, such as the historic Lue Hotel that opened in 1912 and now offers access to some tourist activities, the Louee Enduro and Motocross Complex, and the Lue Pottery workshop which sells stoneware and decorative items and offers pottery tours and demonstrations.
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