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Grabben Gullen is a small village in Upper Lachlan Shire, New South Wales, Australia. At the 2016 census, it had a population of 253. It is located between Crookwell and Gunning, situated at an elevation of 898 metres above sea level; several snowfalls occur during the winter months.
The town is regularly visited by fossickers, seeking sapphires, garnets, zircons and gold. Its name is derived from an Aboriginal term meaning "small waters", and was chosen due to the numerous small streams in the area, which feed into the Lachlan River.
Built in the early 1800s, Grabben Gullen hosts St Mary's Catholic Church, a post office opened on 16 December 1891, and a pub named The Albion. The church is of gothic style. Designed by an architect named Mr. Gordon in historical records, it lies approximately 4.5 kilometres from the village centre and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013.
Grabben Gullen is now a tourist attraction in the Upper Lachlan region, and hosts a monthly produce market.
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