Geurie is a small village in central-west New South Wales, Australia in the local government area of Western Plains Regional Council. It is located between Wellington and Dubbo in the Orana Region of the State. It is on the Main Western railway line and served by a daily NSW TrainLink XPT service between Sydney and Dubbo. At the 2011 census, Geurie had a population of 454.
It was the scene of a notable train crash in 1963 when the ‘Bourke mail’ train ploughed into the engine of a stationary goods train on Friday August 23 at 9pm.