Bill Hillgrove retires

Hillgrove is a Northern Tablelands historic goldmining town, now a village with a population of about 95. The village lies about 30 km east of Ar…
Hillgrove is a Northern Tablelands historic goldmining town, now a village with a population of about 95. The village lies about 30 km east of Armidale and 5 km south of the Waterfall Way, at an elevation of 1,000 m on a granite plateau above Bakers Creek, near the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. It lies in Sandon County, part of the Armidale Regional Council local government area.
  • Population: 174 (SAL 2021)
  • Established: 1884
  • Postcode(s): 2350
  • Elevation: 1,000 m (3,281 ft)
  • Location: 506 km (314 mi) N of Sydney · 167 km (104 mi) WSW of Coffs Harbour · 103 km (64 mi) W of Dorrigo · 34 km (21 mi) E of Armidale · 485 km (301 mi) S of Brisbane
  • LGA(s): Armidale Regional Council
  • State electorate(s): Northern Tablelands

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Data from: en.wikipedia.org