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A village under the Gwydir Shire local government area on the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Gravesend is situated 25 kilometres west of Warialda, 55 kilometres east of Moree, 216 kilometres north of Tamworth, 615 kilometres north of Sydney and 521 kilometres southwest of Brisbane. The town began as a camp for fettlers who were in charge of the Gravesend station after it was built around 1900. Settlement in the present area grew and was officially called Gravesend in 1909.
Today, the township itself is concentrated in the northern portion of the village, along the Gwydir Highway. While a predominantly residential village surrounded mostly by rural lands, Gravesend also has a public school, a hotel, recreation and rod...

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A village under the Gwydir Shire local government area on the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Gravesend is situated 25 kilometres west of Warialda, 55 kilometres east of Moree, 216 kilometres north of Tamworth, 615 kilometres north of Sydney and 521 kilometres southwest of Brisbane. The town began as a camp for fettlers who were in charge

A village under the Gwydir Shire local government area on the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Gravesend is situated 25 kilometres west of Warialda, 55 kilometres east of Moree, 216 kilometres north of Tamworth, 615 kilometres north of Sydney and 521 kilometres southwest of Brisbane. The town began as a camp for fettlers who were in charge of the Gravesend station after it was built around 1900. Settlement in the present area grew and was officially called Gravesend in 1909.
Today, the township itself is concentrated in the northern portion of the village, along the Gwydir Highway. While a predominantly residential village surrounded mostly by rural lands, Gravesend also has a public school, a hotel, recreation and rodeo grounds, a historical museum, a community centre, a park with play equipment, a district nurse and a general store. The Gwydir River, which flows through the north of the township, also offers good camping grounds, swimming areas and fishing spots.

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