A small village under the local government area of Tamworth Regional Council of New South Wales, Limbri is situated 31 kilometres northeast of Tamworth, 36.8 kilometres northwest of Weabonga, 37.8 kilometres south of Bendemeer, 87.3 kilometres west of Walcha and 435 kilometres north of the state Sydney. The village centre lies near the intersection of Limbri-Woolbrook Road, Kootingal-Limbri Road andd Limbri Weabonga Road, with the Cockburn River snaking close by and forking into Jamiesons Creek and Swamp Oak Creek. The Limbri Station of the Main North Railway Line opened in 1885 but has remain closed for a number of years now. Some alluvial gold was discovered in the area, but today, Limbri is mostly an agriculture-based rural settlement, with sheep and cattle breeding its main industries.
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