Sofala is a village located beside the Turon River approximately 240 km north-west of Sydney, New South Wales Australia.
Sofala came about as a direct result when gold was discovered around 1851 and Sofala has been reported to be the oldest surviving gold-rush town in Australia. There are still small-time gold prospectors who pass the time using metal detectors, gold pans, and sluice boxes to recover small quantities of gold dust.
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