Nana Glen

Nana Glen is a small village in New South Wales, Australia, located 25 km inland north-west of Coffs Harbour in the City of Coffs Harbour. It is located on the Orara Way and at the juncture of two main roads, one leading to Lower Bucca. The Orara Way (Formerly known as Coramba Road) is the main thoroughfare through the township and is an alternative route between Grafton and Coffs Harbour. Nana Glen is situated between the township of Coramba and Glenreagh. (wikipedia)

Named after the two tailed lizard by early aboriginals nana meaning two and because the Orara river and the Bucca creek meet at Nana Glen it resembles two tales where they fork.

Historically a popular area for logging red cedar and other hardwoods.

A railway station on the North Coast railway existed between 1922 and 1974. (wikipedia)

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