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A village under the local government area of Bellingen Shire in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Bostobrick is situated 14 kilometres northwest of Dorrigo, 121 kilometres northeast of Armidale, 84.3 kilometres west of Coffs Harbour (via Eastern Dorrigo Way and Coramaba Road), 101 kilometres southwest of Grafton and 560 kilometres northeast of the state capital of Sydney. The village centre is located close to the northeastern area of the town, on the T-shaped junction of Tyringham Road and Muldiva Road. Bostobrick flourished into a timber-getting town after the arrival of cedar harvesters in 1857 in the area that was called Bostobrick Scrub during those days. Today, Bostobrick is a mainly rural settlement surrounded by farmlands...

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A village under the local government area of Bellingen Shire in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Bostobrick is situated 14 kilometres northwest of Dorrigo, 121 kilometres northeast of Armidale, 84.3 kilometres west of Coffs Harbour (via Eastern Dorrigo Way and Coramaba Road), 101 kilometres southwest of Grafton and 560 kilometres northeast of the state capital of Sydney.

A village under the local government area of Bellingen Shire in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Bostobrick is situated 14 kilometres northwest of Dorrigo, 121 kilometres northeast of Armidale, 84.3 kilometres west of Coffs Harbour (via Eastern Dorrigo Way and Coramaba Road), 101 kilometres southwest of Grafton and 560 kilometres northeast of the state capital of Sydney. The village centre is located close to the northeastern area of the town, on the T-shaped junction of Tyringham Road and Muldiva Road. Bostobrick flourished into a timber-getting town after the arrival of cedar harvesters in 1857 in the area that was called Bostobrick Scrub during those days. Today, Bostobrick is a mainly rural settlement surrounded by farmlands and forested areas, but its residents can head southeast to the nearby town of Dorrigo for a number of recreation sites, tourist attractions and sporting venues.

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