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Clandulla is a village in New South Wales, Australia, within the Mid-Western Regional Council, about 225 kilometres north-west of Sydney. At the 2016 census Clandulla and the surrounding rural district had a population of 197, living in 61 private dwellings. The township and district also included 22 unoccupied private dwellings. Clandulla is bounded to the west and north by the Clandulla State Forest (with an area of about 1,400 hectares).
The village, which essentially grew around the railway station at the locality, has had several name changes during its history. From about 1884 the settlement was named Calwell (even though the railway station was named Ilford, after the older township in the district eight miles to the south-west on the Sydney Road). By about 1905 both the village and the railway station had been renamed Clandulla.
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