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- Boggabilla /ˈbɒɡəbɪlə/ is a small town in the far north of inland New South Wales, Australia in Moree Plains Shire. At the 2016 census, the town had a...
- The Boggabilla railway line is a disused railway line in New South Wales, Australia. It branches from the Mungindi railway line at Camurra and ran for...
- Other descriptions widen the area to between the better known towns of Boggabilla, Warialda and Moree, New South Wales. Less creditable is the description...
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- northern New South Wales. The station is the junction for the branch line to Boggabilla, now cut back to North Star. The station layout is unusual for two reasons...
- Proserpine, Ulladulla, Darwin, Gin Gin, Deniliquin, Muckadilla, Wallumbilla, Boggabilla, Kumbarilla. Verse 2 Moree, Taree, Jerilderie, Bambaroo, Toowoomba, Gunnedah...
- community in the far north of inland New South Wales, Australia within the Boggabilla locality in Moree Plains Shire. The mission was established in the 1930s...
- Casino, Mummulgum, Tabulam, Drake, Tenterfield, Bonshaw, Yetman and Boggabilla where its western terminus is at a junction with the Newell Highway, close...
- Mungindi on 7 December 1914. Moree was also the junction station for the Boggabilla and Inverell lines. The station is an island platform with two faces....
- in 1908. A post office was established in 1916, and the opening of the Boggabilla railway line in 1932 brought new services and opportunities for the town...
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