Mole River is a suburban village near the Dumaresq River in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales. The town’s local economy depends on industries such as fishing and agriculture, tourism from nearby attractions and viticulture. Among the tourists spots close to Mole River are the Torrington State Recreation Area and several parks, including the Sundown National Park, the Girraween National Park, the Bald Rock National Park, the Boonoo Boonoo National Park and the Basket Swamp National Park.
Based on 2011 census data, a total of 73.1 % of local residents in Mole River were born in Australia. The town’s working class is composed of different occupations such as labourers and technicians.