Gunnedah is a town in north-eastern New South Wales sitting 264 metres above sea level. It is situated within the Liverpool Plains located on the Oxley and Kamilarol Highways, which provide convenient links to the northern sector of the state.
Gunnedah is a fertile agricultural region with 80% of the surrounding shire devoted to farming. The district is a significant producer of cotton, coal, beef, lamb, pork, cereal and grains. It plays host annually to Australia’s largest agricultural field day, the Commonwealth Banks “AGQUIP”. Staged over 3 days in August, it attracts over 100,000 people each year and is a great opportunity for the rural community to connect and for participating companies to launch new products and services.
In 1983 Gunnedah celebrated the unveiling of a bronze statue of one of the most enduring poets Australia has ever produced. The sculpture of Dorothea Mackellar- author of “My Country” stands in ANZAC Park one of the most visited landmarks in the town. She is also honoured through the Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards, the website playing host to thousands of visitors entering creative works every year, attracting over 15,000 entries Australia wide from school students.
Gunnedah has a station on the Mungindi railway line and is served by the daily NSW Train Link Xplorer passenger service to and from Sydney and Moree.
Renowned as the “Koala Capital of Australia” the Gunnedah Shire along with environmental groups has nurtured its wild Koala colonies, at last count there were approximately 60 koalas living within the town limits, calling Gunnedah home and attracting plenty of attention.
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