A small village under the Clarence Valley local government area on the north coast of New South Wales, Brushgrove is located 21 kilometres southwest of Maclean, 24.7 kilometres northeast of Grafton and 633 kilometres north of the state capital of Sydney. Brushgrove is the largest town on the southern end of Woodford Island, its neighbouring villages being Ilarwill in the north, and Woodford and Woodford Leigh comprising the remaining area. The island in turn is bordered by Clarence River, which splits to form the North and South Arm and reforms at the town of Maclean, where the Lawrence Road connects the northern end of island to the mainland. The Brushgrove end of the island is connected to the mainland by the Wingfield Bridge. Brushgrove is a primarily residential village with few small businesses and surrounded by farmlands, and residents typically head to the commercial districts of Maclean or Grafton for goods and services.
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