About Crabbes Creek
Crabbes Creek is a suburb of North Coast, New
South Wales and is about 640 kms north-
northeast of NSW's capital city of Sydney.
Aside from the local tourism sector, there are
many other businesses and services in the
suburb. These enterprises include wineries and
vineyards, hotels, cafés, bowling clubs, take
away food, real estate agencies, restaurants,
food and general stores, motor engineers and
Creek is within the South East Hinterland –
Burringbar district, which has major features
and landmarks such as the Dallis Park, Mooball
National Park, Burringbar Recreation Reserve
and the Murwillumbah Rifle Range. In the
2011 Australian census the population of
Crabbes Creek was 294 when there were 138
Females and 156 Males living there. The median
age for people living in Crabbes Creek was 40.
Crabbes Creek is a small suburban town
located in the local government area of the
Tweed Shire Council in the state of New South
Some of the nearby tourist attractions in
Crabbes Creek include the Billinudgel Nature
Reserve, which is situated along beaches on
the shores of the South Pacific Ocean
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