A small settlement under the local government area of Upper Hunter Shire in New South Wales, Cassilis is located 43 kilometres northwest of Merriwa, 86 kilometres northeast of Mudgee and 359 kilometres northwest of Sydney. Settlement in the area of Cassilis was established in the 1830s as a private village named Dalkeith, serving the railway stations of Dalkeith and Cassilis. Later, the village became a stopover for coaches heading west from Muswellbrook, until the coach service was replaced by the railway. The settlement was declared as a town and called Cassilis in 1869. Today, the village is visited by tourists for its heritage-listed sites and buildings, such as the St. Columba’s Anglican Church, the Royal Hotel and St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Cassilis is also home to the Turill State Forest, and a portion of both Coolah Tops National Park and Warung State Forest.
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