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Bullaburra

769 metres above sea level. Much of the land here was first owned by Sir Henry Parkes who called it the
Village of Colridge. Arthur Rickard and Co. developed a large subdivision of the area and applied the
aboriginal name Bullaburra which means “blue sky” or “fine weather”. The railway station opened with this
name in 1925.

Many craft, antique and tea rooms through the area.

Activites and Experiences at Bullaburra

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Nearest Airport: Sydney

Tours In Bullaburra

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