New South Wales
|Population||422 (2006 census)|
It is on the North Coast railway line, completed to Glenreagh in 1915. A picturesque branch was opened from Glenreagh to Dorrigo in 1924, but was difficult to maintain due to the steep terrain and high rainfall and it was closed in 1972 after a washaway. The Glenreagh to Ulong section is proposed for reopening as a heritage tourist railway by the Glenreagh Mountain Railway.
Facilities and Services
- The Village Market Place (operates first Saturday each month)
- Glenreagh General Store
- The Golden Dog Hotel
- Boo Radley's Hall (lovingly reconstructed hardwood performance hall, dedicated to hosting all forms of live music, painting, and ceramics)
- Glenreagh Timber Festival is held in July of each year.
Glenreagh Public School was established in 1887. It is a small school with fewer than 100 pupils (as at 2014).
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towards Border Loop
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