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Greta is a small town in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia. Settled from around 1822, when the town was surveyed in 1842 it was given the name Greta, possibly after a small river in Cumberland, England. By the 1870s, Greta had four hotels. In 1939 an army training camp was established. After WWII the town's population grew as it became a migrant camp for European refugees. The small town has a large European community with many people coming from, Polish, Ukrainian and German heritage. At the 2016 census the town had a population of 2,830. The Main Street of Greta, High street is a quiet stretch of road with the most popular social areas being Tattersalls Hotel Pub (more commonly known as 'Tatts' or 'Greta Pub') and the bowling club. These days it is largely a commuter town located midway between Cessnock, Singleton and Maitland. A convenient location for miners and their families to live. The town is also linked to nearby town, Branxton where you will find the nearest grocery store. Being in the Hunter Valley, Greta is close to many vineyards and wine cellars.
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