Lifestyle & Community

Bulahdelah is a friendly safe country town, set on the banks of the Myall River near its junction with the Crawford River, in the heart of the Great Lakes on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales.

Bulahdelah is the gateway to The Myall Lakes, with a unique historical background of mining and timber. Major features include Myall Lakes National Park; Bombah Broadwater; Myall River; Bulahdelah, Myall River and Wang Wauk State Forests; Alum Mountain; O’Sullivans Gap Flora Reserve; The Grandis, and the tallest known tree in NSW.

For a comprehensive look at Buladelah and the surrounding district click onto the chamber of Commerce site

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