Lyndhurst, New South Wales

New South Wales

Lyndhurst with Royal Hotel in the background
Coordinates 33°40′S 149°02′E / 33.667°S 149.033°E / -33.667; 149.033Coordinates: 33°40′S 149°02′E / 33.667°S 149.033°E / -33.667; 149.033
Population 219 (2011 census)[1]
Postcode(s) 2797
LGA(s) Blayney Shire
State electorate(s) Bathurst
Federal Division(s) Calare

Lyndhurst is a small village in New South Wales, Australia in Blayney Shire. It is 4 kilometres west of Mandurama or about 269 km west of Sydney and 63 km south-west of Bathurst just off the Mid-Western Highway New South Wales. Once serving as the major centre for basic goods and needs to the nearby Junction Reefs goldfields. At the 2011 census, Lyndhurst had a population of 219 people.[1]

Lyndhurst is in fact most significant for being one of the ten areas (including Albury, Armidale, Bombala, Dalgety, Lake George, Orange, Tooma, Tumut and Yass shortlisted in 1908 as a site for the Australian Capital Territory.[2]

Lyndhurst Today

Lyndhurst General Store

Lyndhurst today boasts the still functioning Royal Hotel, and a combined service station, and general store. It also has a local public school. And is also an RV friendly town.


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