A suburb under the local government area of the Great Lakes Council in the Mid North Coast Region of New South Wales, Limeburners Creek is situated 26 kilometres south of Stroud, 15.5 kilometres east of Clarence Town, 19.9 kilometres north of Medowie and 189 kilometres northeast of the state capital of Sydney. The Karuah River flows on the eastern side of the town and serves as the border between the Karuah National Park and the town of Karuah. The main township of Limeburners Creek sits just past the Karuah State Forest entrance, close to the Bucketts Way road, which crosses the creek after which the town was named. Community amenities in the predominantly residential suburb include a public school building turned community hall, which residents can hire for various functions and activities. It also has a small children’s playground and a wired concrete cricket pitch for community use.
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