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Part of the North West Slopes, the small village of Currabubula is located just 30 kilometres south-west of Tamworth. The area is part of the Liverpool Plains Shire area. Originally, the Kamilaroi people thrived as early settlers of Currabubula. The place was called “Carrobobella” but was changed to Currabubula when the European settlers arrived. There used to be a railway line that operated from 1878 to 1985, but because of modern transportation being more efficient, the line was closed down.
The people of Kamilaroi who used to inhabit the region contributed much to the history and culture of the area. There is a strong presence of art in the area that is echoed during the annual Currabubula Red Cross Art Exhibition. The town is...

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Part of the North West Slopes, the small village of Currabubula is located just 30 kilometres south-west of Tamworth. The area is part of the Liverpool Plains Shire area. Originally, the Kamilaroi people thrived as early settlers of Currabubula. The place was called “Carrobobella” but was changed to Currabubula when the European settlers arrived. There used to be a railway

Part of the North West Slopes, the small village of Currabubula is located just 30 kilometres south-west of Tamworth. The area is part of the Liverpool Plains Shire area. Originally, the Kamilaroi people thrived as early settlers of Currabubula. The place was called “Carrobobella” but was changed to Currabubula when the European settlers arrived. There used to be a railway line that operated from 1878 to 1985, but because of modern transportation being more efficient, the line was closed down.
The people of Kamilaroi who used to inhabit the region contributed much to the history and culture of the area. There is a strong presence of art in the area that is echoed during the annual Currabubula Red Cross Art Exhibition. The town is mostly an agricultural region where cattle and grain farmers can thrive in a close-knit community. The village has a local public school as well as a hotel that can accommodate tourists or visitors who are passing through.

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