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A small rural village under the Gilgandra Shire local government area of New South Wales, Tooraweenah is situated 42.9 kilometres northeast of Gilgandra, 111 kilometres southeast of Coonamble, 58.2 kilometres southwest of Coonabarabran and 479 kilometres northwest of Sydney. In 1837, a squatter named Andrew Brown took the 16,000-acre Toorawenah Run and the first store opened later in 1841. A village grew, but it remained only a small centre. Closer settlement in the area emerged with the Land Settlement Act of 1861, a school was established in 1884, then a hotel in 1886. In 1916, the town saw the Kookaburra March, wherein 23 men recruited men for service in World War I by marching from Tooraweenah to Bathurst. This event is memorialise...

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A small rural village under the Gilgandra Shire local government area of New South Wales, Tooraweenah is situated 42.9 kilometres northeast of Gilgandra, 111 kilometres southeast of Coonamble, 58.2 kilometres southwest of Coonabarabran and 479 kilometres northwest of Sydney. In 1837, a squatter named Andrew Brown took the 16,000-acre Toorawenah Run and the first store opened later in 1841. A

A small rural village under the Gilgandra Shire local government area of New South Wales, Tooraweenah is situated 42.9 kilometres northeast of Gilgandra, 111 kilometres southeast of Coonamble, 58.2 kilometres southwest of Coonabarabran and 479 kilometres northwest of Sydney. In 1837, a squatter named Andrew Brown took the 16,000-acre Toorawenah Run and the first store opened later in 1841. A village grew, but it remained only a small centre. Closer settlement in the area emerged with the Land Settlement Act of 1861, a school was established in 1884, then a hotel in 1886. In 1916, the town saw the Kookaburra March, wherein 23 men recruited men for service in World War I by marching from Tooraweenah to Bathurst. This event is memorialised through a veteran’s plaque placed on the village common. Today, many of the town’s buildings have retained their early 20th century look, even if developments have led to the town having a number of modern community amenities such as a nine-hole golf course, a hotel, an aerodrome, a caravan park and general store. Tooraweenah is also often the last stop of travellers heading to the Warrumbungle National Park from Gilgandra.

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