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Narrabri is located in the Namoi Valley, 521 kilometres from Sydney in the northwest region of New South Wales. The local population still includes a good percentage of its original residents””the Kamilaroi people. The Aboriginal name, “Narrabri” denotes more than one meaning, including, “forked sticks” and “big creek.” Narrabri’s main industries are cotton and wheat farming, and beef production as well. Narrabri is also the base of the largest freshwater aquaculture farm in New South Wales. The temperate Pilliga Forest and Mt. Kaputar National Park, wherein lies the extinct Nandewar volcano, are two of Narrabri’s most popular natural attractions. The wilderness invites avid hikers, birdwatchers, campers and climbers to the region....

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Narrabri is located in the Namoi Valley, 521 kilometres from Sydney in the northwest region of New South Wales. The local population still includes a good percentage of its original residents””the Kamilaroi people. The Aboriginal name, “Narrabri” denotes more than one meaning, including, “forked sticks” and “big creek.” Narrabri’s main industries are cotton and wheat farming, and beef production as

Narrabri is located in the Namoi Valley, 521 kilometres from Sydney in the northwest region of New South Wales. The local population still includes a good percentage of its original residents””the Kamilaroi people. The Aboriginal name, “Narrabri” denotes more than one meaning, including, “forked sticks” and “big creek.” Narrabri’s main industries are cotton and wheat farming, and beef production as well. Narrabri is also the base of the largest freshwater aquaculture farm in New South Wales. The temperate Pilliga Forest and Mt. Kaputar National Park, wherein lies the extinct Nandewar volcano, are two of Narrabri’s most popular natural attractions. The wilderness invites avid hikers, birdwatchers, campers and climbers to the region. Other places popular for tourists are the 1,000-seat Crossing Theatre, the Australian Cotton Exhibition Centre and the Paul Wild Observatory which houses the Australia Telescope Compact Array.

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