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Wellington is a picturesque inland town in mid New South Wales located at the junction of the Macquarie and Bell Rivers on Mitchell Highway. Situated 363 km’s from Sydney it acts as the administrative centre for the surrounding areas.
Wellington sits in a lush valley and is the centre of prominent growing and agricultural land. Alfalfa, vegetables, wool, wheat, lamb and beef cattle are grown on surrounding pastures.
The shire has a rich heritage, which can be seen via the historical walk that will take visitors past the 19th century buildings still in existence today. These include the restored Oxley Museum, which contains an extensive collection of historical documents, artefacts and photographs, the Waterloo Tavern, buil...

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Wellington is a picturesque inland town in mid New South Wales located at the junction of the Macquarie and Bell Rivers on Mitchell Highway. Situated 363 km’s from Sydney it acts as the administrative centre for the surrounding areas.
Wellington sits in a lush valley and is the centre of prominent growing and agricultural land. Alfalfa, vegetables, wool, wheat, lamb

Wellington is a picturesque inland town in mid New South Wales located at the junction of the Macquarie and Bell Rivers on Mitchell Highway. Situated 363 km’s from Sydney it acts as the administrative centre for the surrounding areas.
Wellington sits in a lush valley and is the centre of prominent growing and agricultural land. Alfalfa, vegetables, wool, wheat, lamb and beef cattle are grown on surrounding pastures.
The shire has a rich heritage, which can be seen via the historical walk that will take visitors past the 19th century buildings still in existence today. These include the restored Oxley Museum, which contains an extensive collection of historical documents, artefacts and photographs, the Waterloo Tavern, built in 1841 and a mixture of café’s and galleries showcasing art, craft and culture from talented residents in the region.
Wellington has a district hospital, correctional centre, schools, a polo ground, a Buddhist centre and a main train station served daily by NSW Trainlink XPT.
Stretching along the main street, over 100 years old, with terraced lawns, a stunning rose garden and suspension bridge is Cameron Park, a beautiful place for Popular attractions in the region are the Wellington Caves featuring the magnificent Cathedral and Gaden caves, and the manicured serenity of the The Wellington Osawano Japanese Gardens situated opposite the caves.
Also close by in the district is the Burrendong Abroretum, a large botanic sanctuary with over 200 species of Australia plants and wildflowers and Mt Arthur Reserve, 1300 hectares containing 6 marked walking tracks with an abundance of nature and birdlife.

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