Karuah is a suburban town located in the local government areas of the Port Stephens Council and the Great Lakes Council in the state of New South Wales. The suburb’s name was supposedly derived from an Aboriginal word that means “native plum tree.” Tourists that plan to spend time in the suburb may choose to visit several natural landmarks and wildlife reserves in Karuah. These attractions include Worimi Nature Reserve, the Wallaroo State Forest and the Karuah State Forest. One of the historic structures in the suburb is the Karuah Bridge, which was built in December 1957. Karuah also became famous and recognised for its oyster products, which is a common industry in the area with the presence of several stores along the old Pacific Highway.
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