Booral is a quiet village on the Bucketts Way, neighboring Stroud 10 minutes to the North.
The village of Booral boasts stunning hinterland country views and friendly locals you'll meet at the general store.
Booral was the premier wheat-growing area of the Australian Agricultural Company's Port Stephens Estate. In 1834 the Booral wharf was constructed at the highest navigable point of the Karuah River, one mile south of the village, and the stone ruins can still be seen by boat upstream from Allworth. Booral House was constructed in 1831 on a magnificent site for the AACo's Chief Superintendent and was considered a showplace of the district.