Some 22 km (14 miles) south west of Armidale is the small town of Uralla (pop. 2300). Many from its population travel to, and work in, Armidale.
A quick walk around the centre of town one Sunday afternoon gave an opportunity to view the CBD from a different perspective.
Here, for example, the ground and first floors of the Memorial Institute – a memorial to The Great War.
URALLA MEMORIAL INSTITUTE.
Mr. D. H. Drummond, Minister for Education, officially opened the Uralla Memorial Institute in the presence of a large assemblage. The building is valued at £1500. The top floor contains a room for two billiard tables, a committee room, card, reading, and library rooms. On the ground floor are the Country Women’s Association rest-room and several offices. The rest-room was officially opened by Miss M. White, president of Armidale branch.