Uki, NSW 2484

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Computer Repairs Uki, NSW 2484

Uki is a village situated near Mount Warning, in the Tweed Valley of far northern NSW, Australia, in the Tweed Shire. There are several stories, almost certainly apocryphal, associated with the origins of the name. One is that timber cutters, who were the first non-Aboriginal settlers in the area, marked the finest cedar for export to the United Kingdom with "UK1", this eventually becoming UKI, or Uki as it is known today. Prominent buildings in the village include the historical "Old Butter Factory" and a primary school. There are several stores including a post office, a general store, a cafe, a bakery, a pharmacy, a wheelchair-accessible guesthouse, and a laundromat. The Mount Warning Hotel, which is a popular weekend lunch stop-over for touring motorbikes and those out for a pleasant weekend drive, burnt down in late 2012. It has since been rebuilt and opened again for business in mid-2015. Uki is the town on which the village of Yurriki in Robert G. Barrett's book "The Godson" is based. Early pioneers were either timber cutters (usually Australian Red Cedar) or dairy farmers. Early 1900s photos of The Sisters and Mt Uki show these cleared of nearly all vegetation.


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