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Nimmitabel is a small rural township on the Great Dividing Range, at 1070 meters. Settled in the 1850s, it was once known as Nimity Bell, a name said to mean the place where many waters start. You can explore the historic village including Geldmacher House and Mill and St Andrew's Catholic Church by taking a walk around town. In 1959 Nimmitabel was used by Warner Brothers as one of the locations for the filming of Jon Cleary's novel, The Sundowners.
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