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A tiny village administered by the Singleton Shire local government area in the Hunter region of New South Wales, Camberwell is situated 13.3 kilometres northwest of Singleton, 34 kilometres north of Inverell, 26 kilometres east of Jerrys Plains, 34.2 kilometres west of Westbrook (via New England Highway/A14), 160 kilometres northwest of Armidale and 155 kilometres north of the state capital of Sydney. The village centre sits close to the north-western edge of the area, where the New England Highway intersects with Fal Brook and Glennie Creek Road. The settlement is said to be named after the district of the same name in London, England. Camberwell is home to the historic and beautifully restored Anglican church of St. Clements, which...

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A tiny village administered by the Singleton Shire local government area in the Hunter region of New South Wales, Camberwell is situated 13.3 kilometres northwest of Singleton, 34 kilometres north of Inverell, 26 kilometres east of Jerrys Plains, 34.2 kilometres west of Westbrook (via New England Highway/A14), 160 kilometres northwest of Armidale and 155 kilometres north of the state capital

A tiny village administered by the Singleton Shire local government area in the Hunter region of New South Wales, Camberwell is situated 13.3 kilometres northwest of Singleton, 34 kilometres north of Inverell, 26 kilometres east of Jerrys Plains, 34.2 kilometres west of Westbrook (via New England Highway/A14), 160 kilometres northwest of Armidale and 155 kilometres north of the state capital of Sydney. The village centre sits close to the north-western edge of the area, where the New England Highway intersects with Fal Brook and Glennie Creek Road. The settlement is said to be named after the district of the same name in London, England. Camberwell is home to the historic and beautifully restored Anglican church of St. Clements, which was opened in 1844. Also within the grounds of the church is the Camberwell Cemetery, which has inscriptions dating from as early as 1860.

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