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Sunset at Putty 18 May 2024
Sunset at Putty 18 May 2024 by Martha Babineau

Putty Valley enjoys a unique location surrounded by Wollemi and Yengo National Parks, the largest wilderness area in New South Wales, and is only two and a half hours drive from Sydney’s CBD. It is situated 81 kilometres from Singleton and 91 kilometres from Windsor on the Putty Road which is part of State Route 69. 

The Putty Hall is located four kilometres from the Putty Road. Since 1918 this has been the focal point for a community without shops or services. The area around the hall was once a small village of timber workers  but none of the original houses remain. Dairy and beef cattle farms,  the early industry of the valley, have been subdivided into small land holdings. 

Drive Carefully
Roads in the area are narrow with lots of bends. Kangaroos feed on the sides of the roads, especially before sunrise and sunset. Wombats come out of their burrows in the evening to feed.

Today’s community includes people with a diverse range of interests, skills and businesses.                                          

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