Although the original railway line that passed through the New South Wales area once had a station at the village of Blandford, modern vehicles and highways have changed the way that people travel. Today, there isn’t a single trace of the thriving railway line that once passed through Blandford. The village continues to thrive as a rural area in the Hunter Region. The New England Highway cuts through the southern part of the village and driving through it can offer stunning countryside landscapes that will take you back to simpler times. At the heart of Blandford lies the Warlands Creek, a source of irrigation and some fishing activities for locals of Blandford. There are nearby hills and mountains that may be explored by interested adventurists visiting Blandford. The nearby Wallabadah Nature Reserve and the Ben Halls Gap National Park just up north Blandford offers tourists with lush flora and fauna that may be explored.
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