6,115 (ABS 2016-17)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Uralla is $268,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $285.00 per week.
Distance from Sydney 464kms in a northerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 26.4° to 12.5°and winters 11.8° to -.4°. The mean annual rainfall is 794mm. (BOM data)
The predominant employer in Uralla Shire is in the agriculture, forestry and fisheries sector followed by education and training, health care and social assistance, retail, construction and public administration and safety.
Uralla is the administrative centre for the Shire which also takes in the villages of Bundarra, Kingstown, Kentucky and Wollun. Uralla is gaining a reputation as a significant wine and spirits production centre with several wineries and a boutique gin and vodka manufacturing plant with unique characteristics.
During the 1860’s gentleman bushranger Captain Thunderbolt ruled the highways and a number of artefacts relating to this period are able to be viewed at the historic McCrossin’s Mill.There are over 50 heritage listed buildings in the Shire. There are a number of annual festivals which are very popular. The Uralla Lantern Parade is held in March each year followed by Seasons of New England in Hamden Park then in October the Thunderbolt Festival is held in Alma Park.
Among the sports available in the Shire are bowls, fishing, golf, hockey, rugby league, soccer, swimming and tennis. Uralla also has a pony club.
In the education sphere there are pre-schools in Uralla, Kingstown and Bundarra and day care in Uralla. There is a Catholic primary school together with a Central (K-12) School in Uralla. There is also a Central School in Bundarra and primary schools in Kentucky, Kingstown and Rocky River. Being so close to Armidale, tertiary options (both university and TAFE) are available about 20 minutes drive away.
Uralla has several GP practices and a pharmacy. There are Community Health Centres in Uralla and Bundarra providing various services and both have very popular nursing homes.
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Housing Data: Sourced from www.realestate.com.au current as at 7/18.
Careers Data: Sourced from ABS.
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