53 Cooma Rd
Narrabri NSW 2390

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Narrabri is situated 560km north west of Sydney on the Kamilaroi Hwy and 560km south west of Brisbane on the Newell Hwy. The town’s name means ‘forked waters’, which describes the waterways surrounding the town.
Narrabri is a busy town offering a good selection of shopping, restaurants, attractions and museums. It is the administrative heart of the second richest agricultural Shire in Australia. It is the centre of a major cotton growing industry and is home to other agricultural industries such as wheat, beef and lamb.

Amongst the tourist attractions are Mount Kaputar National Park and the Australia Telescope Compact Array at the Paul Wild Observatory (administered by the CSIRO). Just south of town is the Pilliga Forest, the largest remnant temperate forest in eastern Australia. Also, Narrabri boasts The Crossing Theatre, a 1000-seat auditorium and cinema complex.
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