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Rappville is a small village in northern New South Wales, Australia. At the 2006 census, Rappville had a population of 259 people.
Rappville was named after an early land owner, Mr. Rapp.
The North Coast railway passes through, and a now-closed railway station opened 1905. The most prominent building is the Commercial Hotel, also known as the Rappville Pub.