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Kurri Kurri is one of the most classic designed country towns in Australia. It was established in early 1900s and it is located in the Hunter Valley next to the Hunter Valley Vineyards and Newcastle city. For many years, Kurri Kurri has remained to the regional centre within the Hunter Valley. The name Kurri Kurri was derived from the Aboriginal language meaning the Very First. The town was established to service the rapidly growing coal mining industry in the region. Since then, the town has thrived to a key centre in the Hunter Valley servicing major industries as well as providing sound affordable housing near the cities of Newcastle, Maitland and Cessnock.
Kurri Kurri town is approximately one and half hour drive from Sydney by the expressway as well as 45 minutes from the Newcastle airport. Kurri Kurri was one of the country towns that were very important to the viability of the early pioneering settlement. This town is toady offering both the locals and visitors with a vital connection to the past through its pictorial history of the 52 murals making it one of the most popular mural town in the entire world.
Situated next to the national highways, Kurri Kurri town is easily accessible from the North West region, Central Coast, Brisbane and Sydney. The town is well serviced by all forms of transport. You can fly to Sydney in just 30 minutes or in two hours by road or luxury coach. All your shipping overseas needs can be easily arranged via the port of Newcastle which has well developed export as well as import facilities. The town takes into account eight districts including Weston, Stanford Merthyr, Pelaw Main, Neath, Kurri Kurri, Heddon Greta, Abermain, as well as the 2323 Post Codes of Buchanan, Mulbring and Buttai area.
With the current population of over 7,000 people, the economy of Kurri Kurri today is majorly based on the surrounding wineries after the closure of the aluminum smelter in 2012.The town experiences moderate summer temperatures ranging from 16 degrees Celsius to 29 degrees Celsius. It also experiences mild temperatures in winter ranging from 5 degrees Celsius to 18 degrees Celsius.
Apart from the 52 murals, Kurri Kurri town has many natural and artificial attractions such as Richmond Vale Railway Museum, Kurri Kurri Golf Club, Sir Edgeworth David Memorial Museum, and Butai Barn. Many tourists find Kurri Kurri one of the most stunning towns in Australia packed with many attractions and events.
The town offers a great selection of accommodation. Whatever your holiday accommodation needs, the prices and quality suits the needs of every budget. There is plenty of accommodation at the major tourist locations and is also scattered around other places in town, accommodation is not too far away. Whether you are looking for luxurious holiday accommodation or you are working on a tight budget, Kurri Kurri town has something for everyone. Some of the best places you will find world class accommodation in Kurri Kurri town include Kurri Kurri Motor Inn, Station Hotel/Motel, and Sunrise Bed and Breakfast.
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