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Historic Hartley, NSW
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Hartley is an historic little village about 150 kms. west of Sydney, Australia. It was first settled in the 1830's not long after Lawson, Wentworth and Blaxland found a way across the Blue Mountains in 1813. For many years it was the gateway to the rich western plains of New South Wales. There are two churches, a post office, a court house and a tavern amongst the 17 buildings left and many have been restored and are used as tourist attractions.

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