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Bingara is a small town on the Gwydir River in northern New South Wales, Australia.


Bingara is one of the few places in Australia where diamonds have been found.




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Bingara is an attractive old gold and diamond-mining town of 1250 people, situated 295 m above sea-level in the Gwydir River Valley.
Bingara is 150 km north of Tamworth along the Fossickers Way and 562 km north of Sydney.
Bingara became a municipality in 1889, at which time the spelling changed from 'Bingera' to 'Bingara' to avoid postal confusion with Bingera in Queensland.
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