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Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-24 14:25:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°36'20"S - 151°54'38"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Cooplacurripa Station is a historic NSW Mid North Coast pastoral property which dates back to 1846. Cooplacurripa Station is one of the largest cattle stations on the Australian eastern seaboard. The original owners were the Australian Agricultural Company one of Australia's earliest large scale farming companies but Cooplacurripa Station. In December 2015 the 22,548ha Cooplacurripa Station was purchased by Rifa Salutary, part of the Chinese ownded Zhejiang Rifa Holding Group for A$29m. Two adjacent stations Number One and Kerriki Station, were also purchased soon after for A$3.5 Million. The station is located on the Nowendoc Mt George road which passes through the property crossing the Cooplacurripa River. As of 2019 the road remains a fairly good gravel road used by people travelling from Tamworth via 'Port Stephens Cutting' to Nowendoc (or from Walcha to Nowendoc) and on to Mt George, Wingham and Taree. The more popular alternate sealed road route also emanates from from Nowendoc and passes through Gloucester to Krambach to Wingham and Taree. While this route is very scenic its also worth taking the more isolated but interesting Cooplacurripa route as long as you have a suitable vehicle. The time differences are not too dissimilar.
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Cooplacurripa River, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
Cooplacurripa River, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-24 14:25:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°36'19"S - 151°54'39"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Cooplacurripa Station is a historic NSW Mid North Coast pastoral property which dates back to 1846. Cooplacurripa Station is one of the largest cattle stations on the Australian eastern seaboard. The original owners were the Australian Agricultural Company one of Australia's earliest large scale farming companies but Cooplacurripa Station. In December 2015 the 22,548ha Cooplacurripa Station was purchased by Rifa Salutary, part of the Chinese ownded Zhejiang Rifa Holding Group for A$29m. Two adjacent stations Number One and Kerriki Station, were also purchased soon after for A$3.5 Million. The station is located on the Nowendoc Mt George road which passes through the property crossing the Cooplacurripa River. As of 2019 the road remains a fairly good gravel road used by people travelling from Tamworth via 'Port Stephens Cutting' to Nowendoc (or from Walcha to Nowendoc) and on to Mt George, Wingham and Taree. The more popular alternate sealed road route also emanates from from Nowendoc and passes through Gloucester to Krambach to Wingham and Taree. While this route is very scenic its also worth taking the more isolated but interesting Cooplacurripa route as long as you have a suitable vehicle. The time differences are not too dissimilar.
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View from Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
View from Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-24 14:24:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°36'20"S - 151°54'39"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Cooplacurripa Station is a historic NSW Mid North Coast pastoral property which dates back to 1846. Cooplacurripa Station is one of the largest cattle stations on the Australian eastern seaboard. The original owners were the Australian Agricultural Company one of Australia's earliest large scale farming companies but Cooplacurripa Station. In December 2015 the 22,548ha Cooplacurripa Station was purchased by Rifa Salutary, part of the Chinese ownded Zhejiang Rifa Holding Group for A$29m. Two adjacent stations Number One and Kerriki Station, were also purchased soon after for A$3.5 Million. The station is located on the Nowendoc Mt George road which passes through the property crossing the Cooplacurripa River. As of 2019 the road remains a fairly good gravel road used by people travelling from Tamworth via 'Port Stephens Cutting' to Nowendoc (or from Walcha to Nowendoc) and on to Mt George, Wingham and Taree. The more popular alternate sealed road route also emanates from from Nowendoc and passes through Gloucester to Krambach to Wingham and Taree. While this route is very scenic its also worth taking the more isolated but interesting Cooplacurripa route as long as you have a suitable vehicle. The time differences are not too dissimilar.
  • License*: All Rights Reserved - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-24 14:18:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°36'20"S - 151°54'38"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Cooplacurripa Station is a historic NSW Mid North Coast pastoral property which dates back to 1846. Cooplacurripa Station is one of the largest cattle stations on the Australian eastern seaboard. The original owners were the Australian Agricultural Company one of Australia's earliest large scale farming companies but Cooplacurripa Station. In December 2015 the 22,548ha Cooplacurripa Station was purchased by Rifa Salutary, part of the Chinese ownded Zhejiang Rifa Holding Group for A$29m. Two adjacent stations Number One and Kerriki Station, were also purchased soon after for A$3.5 Million. The station is located on the Nowendoc Mt George road which passes through the property crossing the Cooplacurripa River. As of 2019 the road remains a fairly good gravel road used by people travelling from Tamworth via 'Port Stephens Cutting' to Nowendoc (or from Walcha to Nowendoc) and on to Mt George, Wingham and Taree. The more popular alternate sealed road route also emanates from from Nowendoc and passes through Gloucester to Krambach to Wingham and Taree. While this route is very scenic its also worth taking the more isolated but interesting Cooplacurripa route as long as you have a suitable vehicle. The time differences are not too dissimilar.
  • License*: All Rights Reserved - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
Cooplacurripa River Bridge, Nowendoc Road, Manning Valley, Mid North Coast, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-24 14:22:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°36'20"S - 151°54'38"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Cooplacurripa Station is a historic NSW Mid North Coast pastoral property which dates back to 1846. Cooplacurripa Station is one of the largest cattle stations on the Australian eastern seaboard. The original owners were the Australian Agricultural Company one of Australia's earliest large scale farming companies but Cooplacurripa Station. In December 2015 the 22,548ha Cooplacurripa Station was purchased by Rifa Salutary, part of the Chinese ownded Zhejiang Rifa Holding Group for A$29m. Two adjacent stations Number One and Kerriki Station, were also purchased soon after for A$3.5 Million. The station is located on the Nowendoc Mt George road which passes through the property crossing the Cooplacurripa River. As of 2019 the road remains a fairly good gravel road used by people travelling from Tamworth via 'Port Stephens Cutting' to Nowendoc (or from Walcha to Nowendoc) and on to Mt George, Wingham and Taree. The more popular alternate sealed road route also emanates from from Nowendoc and passes through Gloucester to Krambach to Wingham and Taree. While this route is very scenic its also worth taking the more isolated but interesting Cooplacurripa route as long as you have a suitable vehicle. The time differences are not too dissimilar.
  • License*: All Rights Reserved - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Long/winding and dusty
Long/winding and dusty
  • Author: minuseleven Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-09-09 12:26:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°36'21"S - 151°53'18"O
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
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