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Bathurst Regional CouncilPopulation forecast

Rural Remainder

About the forecast areas

The 2020 population forecast for Rural Remainder is 5,988, and is forecast to grow to 6,615 by 2036.

Rural Remainder is a predominantly rural area surrounding the urban areas within the Bathurst Regional Council area. Rural Remainder includes the villages and localities of Abercrombie River, Arkell, Bald Ridge (part), Bathampton, Billywillinga, Brewongle, Bruinbun, Caloola (part), Charlton (part), Clear Creek, Colo, Copperhannia, Cow Flat, Crudine (part), Curragh (part), Dunkeld, Duramana, Evans Plains, Fitzgeralds Mount, Fitzgeralds Valley, Forest Grove, Fosters Valley, Freemantle, Gemalla, Georges Plains, Glanmire, Gowan (part), Hill End, Killongbutta, Kirkconnell, Limekilns, Locksley, Meadow Flat, Milkers Flat, Millah Murrah, Mount Rankin, Napoleon Reef, O’Connell, Paling Yards, Peel, Rock Forest, Rockley, Rockley Mount, Sallys Flat, Sofala, Stewarts Mount, Sunny Corner, Tambaroora (part), Tannas Mount, Tarana (part), The Lagoon (part), The Rocks, Triangle Flat (part), Trunkey Creek, Turondale, Upper Turon (part), Vittoria, Walang, Wambool, Wattle Flat, Watton, Wimbledon, Winburndale, Wisemans Creek (part), Yarras and Yetholme.

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