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Lying on the banks of the Castlereagh River, this is a quiet spot to stay, off the major highways but close to a number of wonderful natural features including the famous Warrambungle National Park.

A stopover here ensures a peaceful rural setting.

Mendooran was settled in the 1840's and holds the honour of being the oldest town on the Castlereagh River. Because the highways and railway hve by-passed Mendooran, it has managed to retain its old-time charm. The township is mentioned in the poem, The Travelling Post Office, written by Banjo Patterson.

It is a popular area for those wishing to fossik for agate, petrified wood and jasper.

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