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Constructed between 1913 and 1916, the heritage listed Royal Hotel, Mirrool in South-Western NSW, is a fine example of a classic Australian country pub.
Mirrool is a small village community located on the Newell Highway at the very northern edge of the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. It is situated on the banks of Mirrool Creek, a tributary of the Lachlan River, and is within the Shire of Bland.
It is situated by road, about 16 kilometres east from Beckom and 19 kilometres west from Ariah Park.
From Griffith it is some 108km east via the Burley Griffin Way; from West Wyalong it is some 47km south on the Newell Highway and from Narrandera it is some 90km north on the Newell Highway. From Wagga Wagga it is some 134km via the Goldfields Way.
At the 2006 census, Mirrool had a population of 211.
The place name Mirrool is derived from the local Aboriginal word meaning “Pipe Clay”.
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