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We went to Mudgee for the weekend with the specific plan and doing a bit of a circuit to pick up more of the towns. Having travelled the Ulan/Casillis road several times I as pretty sure there would be no town at Buckaroo.  I was right.

What was there was the Short Sheep Wines.  There are lots of vineyards in the Mudgee district.

I've added Buckeroo as a locality at 100 towns.


  1. Wineries are nice to visit too , maybe even nicer than ghost towns.

  2. I've not been to Mudgee but have heard of the honey from there. Love the letterbox.


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