The name of the New South Wales town of Kootingal originates from the language of the Kamilaroi, a local Aboriginal group. Kootingal can be found in the Moonbi Range on a bend in the Cockburn River. The town is at a distance of 474 kilometres from Sydney. This town is mainly agricultural, producing fruits and vegetables as well as eggs and poultry. Kootingal is known locally in the Tamworth Region as a satellite suburb of Tamworth. The residents of this town in New South Wales are known to travel to Tamworth to make use of the suburb’s services. Moonbi and Nemingha are villages nearby. Kootingal is served by the NSW TrainLink Xplorer that travels to Armidale and Sydney. The town is popular in the region for its annual Outdoor Leisure Show and Pumpkin Festival.
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