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Pilliga is a small town with a population of about 300 and is located 105 kilometres West of Narrabri. Home to the Pilliga Artesian Bore Baths constructed in 1902 as a permanent town water supply after a severe drought. Pilliga got its start from the early development of the timber industry. Gazetted as a township in 1885, Pilliga was once an important centre of the Cobb and Co route. The bore baths have become a popular recreational activity for swimming and its therapeutic qualities. The Pilliga Bore Baths were upgraded in 2010 with new facilities including barbecues, shelters, shower (cold) and toilet facilities and camping for a small fee (which can be paid at the Pilliga Cafe or the Narrabri Region Visitor Information Centre). The nearby Pilliga State Forest is a vast woodland characterised by native white cypress and iron bark trees, broom bush plains, vivid spring flowers and abundant fauna. Kangaroos, koalas and emus can often be seen grazing in their natural surrounds. Spend a day exploring the Pilliga Forest and visiting natural wonders such as the Salt Caves and Sandstone Caves. Also the award winning Sculptures in the Scrub is a must see.
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