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Cullen Bullen

It is very easy to miss this tiny town but Cullen Bullen is a great place to stop and rest if you are doing a long drive.

In 2016 this little peaceful town had 297 people who mostly work the local mines and Mount Piper Power Station.


I stopped to have a closer look at the old railway station that is located  on the main road from Sydney to Mudgee. If you like trains you will find the station interesting as the unused tracks are all still there.

A few interesting facts about the railway.

1-May-1889. Opened as Carsons Siding and Halt

30-Jul-1896. Renamed Cullen Bullen and Platform

14-Jun-1927. Moved site

6-Mar-1976. Closed

Other interesting things see and to do. 

If you like 4WD you will love the  beautiful Wongan Valley and Gardens of Stone National Park, both of which are accessible by 4WD and lie to the east of the town. 

Interest information about the area.

- Before the arrival of Europeans the district was occupied by the Wiradjuri Aboriginal people. 

- The first European in the district was James Blackman who surveyed a roadway from Wallerawang to Mudgee in 1821. 



Cullen Bullen is located on the Mudgee Road, via the Great Western Highway, 166 km north-west of Sydney and 29 km north of Lithgow. 

Cullen Bullen, NSW
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