Sebastopol, New South Wales

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Sebastopol
New South Wales
EnteringSebastopol.jpg
Entering Sebastopol
Sebastopol is located in New South Wales
Sebastopol
Sebastopol
Coordinates 34°34′48″S 147°31′03″E / 34.58000°S 147.51750°E / -34.58000; 147.51750Coordinates: 34°34′48″S 147°31′03″E / 34.58000°S 147.51750°E / -34.58000; 147.51750
Postcode(s) 2666
Elevation 299 m (981 ft)
Location
County Clarendon
State electorate(s) Murrumbidgee

Sebastopol is a village community in the north east part of the Riverina. It is situated by road, about 15 kilometres south from Temora and 19 kilometres north from Junee Reefs.

The village is located by signage on the Olympic Highway. Other than rural dwellings surrounding the village the only sign of a more prosperous past is a dilapidated building well past its prime and a well constructed brick Presbyterian church on the nearby Mimosa Road close to the intersection of Henrys Road.

It was named after Sevastopol, the site of an important battle during the Crimean War. Sebastopol Post Office opened on 7 March 1870 and closed in 1973.[1]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Premier Postal History, Post Office List, retrieved 2009-06-11