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Black Springs, New South Wales is a village on the Great Dividing Range at an elevation of 1,210 metres (3,970 ft) and situated 138 km west of Sydney as the crow flies. It is located at 33 51.0493 °S, 149 44.41956 °E The post Code of the village is 2787. It is famous for its fossicking. It is midway between Taralga, New South Wales and Oberon, New South Wales. Black Springs, 24 kilometres from Oberon on the Abercrombie Road, is a tidy village with good facilities. The tennis courts, recreation ground and community hall are located opposite the Forestry Reserve camping area, which has toilets and fireplaces. The historic stone Avoca Catholic Church and Shrine is in a lovely setting south of the village. There is also an historic cemetery. Fossicking is popular at Sapphire Bend, off Riverview Road in Vulcan State Forest.
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