Brushgrove, New South Wales

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Brushgrove
New South Wales
Population 150 (2006 census)[1]
Established December 1, 1995
Postcode(s) 2460
LGA(s) Clarence Valley
Suburbs around Brushgrove:
Division of Cowper
Brushgrove
Lawrence, New South Wales

Brushgrove is a small state suburb/village on the north coast of New South Wales, it is located at the point of the Clarence river where it splits up into to arms named the North and South arm. Located out about 1 km north of Cowper and about 7 km southwest of Lawrence.[2] Brusgrove has a cricket pitch, sports field, pub, and park. Brushgrove has a population of around 150.

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  1. ^ ABS Census Data
  2. ^ "Brushgrove". Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW. Geographical Names Board of New South Wales. 

Coordinates: 29°33′55″S 153°05′05″E / 29.56528°S 153.08472°E / -29.56528; 153.08472