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The name Spring Hill was mentioned by 1855, and by 1861, 56 people were recorded as owning land in the district. The railway reached Blayney in 1876 and proceeded to Orange via Spring Hill in 1877. It was foreseen that a village would develop around the Spring Hill Railway Station. Spring Hill thrived although the prominence of the railway faded and the station was demolished in 1988.
Things to see and do
- Discover the history of Spring Hill on the Spring Hill Heritage Walking Trail – brochures available from the Orange Visitor Information Centre
- Railway Hotel: family friendly hotel, with large beer garden, the bistro is open Wednesday to Saturday for dinner, and Saturday and Sunday lunch. Facilities can accommodate small functions, or meals for groups at any time by arrangement.
Spring Hill Heritage Trail