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Maps and Rural Addressing

The Singleton Council has recently updated the rural addressing for the Putty. The system used is a standard throughout Australia so emergency services can locate people and properties easily.

The allocation of rural address numbers is carried out in a logical sequence and in accordance with set rules. The number is based on a distance from a starting point, usually a road intersection, to the property entrance with odd numbers on the left and even numbers on the right. 

See Singleton Council for more information on rural addressing

See the latest map for the Singleton Local Government area  

Map of Putty with Rural Addresses