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Barrington is a small village on the Barrington River, 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north-west of Gloucester, New South Wales, Australia on Thunderbolts Way.The small town is considered a main gateway to the Barrington Tops National Park. Its population in 361 and until 2016 was the main tourist attraction in the Gloucester Shire. The town is also home to a range of heritage structures including the historic Barrington River Bridge, Barrington River Cottage, the pioneer cemetery, and the Barrington Public School (c. 1910).
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