Torrington’s special features include a large amount of boulders and protruding rocks in the area. The 'Goat Rock’ is considered to be the most prominent rocky outcrop in the suburban town. Located in the local government area of Tenterfield Shire in New South Wales, Torrington has a profound history behind its name and origin. The town’s name was derived from its counterpart in an England county. Mining and agriculture have been the major sources of income amongst locals since the 1920s.
The abundance of rocky outcrops in Torrington has supported both the mining and tourism industries. Tourists may visit several popular sites to see splendid land formations such as the Mystery Face in the Torrington State Recreation Area.