Capertee Progress Association
Capertee township came about due to the homesteads and mining activities that occurred in the area.

It is on the door step of the gardens of Stone National park



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The Capertee Valley with the largest enclosed canyon in the world and home to some 236 species of birds and 10% of Australia's biodiversity in a world heritage listed area. It is also home to the elusive Regent Honeyeater

Be inspired by the dramatic landscape at Gardens of Stone. This World Heritage area features stunning rock pagodas, sandstone cliffs, canyons, breathtaking scenic views and the old Glen Davis township of the shale mine
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Capertee Hall Mural
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