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Mandurama, New South Wales

Mandurama is a small town in Blayney Shire on the Mid-Western Highway. Beginning in the 19th Century as a privately owned village for the workers of Thomas Icely's Coombing Park, it was then developed as a service centre for the surrounding farmlands. Manduram has a number of fine old buildings such as the Royal Hotel, Masonic Hall, churches and bank premises and the Lincoln theatre. The village of Manduram offers a classic country experience for visitors from the historic Royal Hotel to several large impressive homesteads not far from the village including Sunny Ridge and Millamolong.

The town's name is derived from an aboriginal word for 'water holes'
- Information courtesy Mandurama Pub, Many Thanks

In the neighbourhood:
Bigga (50km), Blayney (21km), Canowindra (38km), Carcoar (8km), Cargo (34km), Cowra (41km), Cudal (50km), Forest Reefs (21km), Georges Plains (45km), Lucknow (35km), Lyndhurst (5km), Millthorpe (25km), Neville (16km), Newbridge (30km), Orange (41km), Rockley (45km), Spring Hill (29km), Trunkey Creek (30km), Tuena (48km), Vittoria (37km), Woodstock (23km)