Ulong is a small village located on the Mid North Coast region, neighbouring the Northern Tablelands, of New South Wales, Australia.
- Area:34.665 km2
- Elevation:572 m
- Local Government Area:Coffs Harbour City Council
Ulong is a small village located on the Mid North Coast region, neighbouring the Northern Tablelands, of New South Wales, Australia. It has a community hall, public school, cafe-post office and an Ex-services Club.
Once larger than Coffs Harbour, it was a centre for the timber industry. Dorrigo pine (Araucaria cunninghamii), tallowwood (Eucalyptus microcorys), blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis) and coachwood (Ceratopetalum apetalum) were milled extensively via the Dorrigo railway line. There was gold in the hills too. Georges Gold Mine was open on occasion as a tourist attraction before its closure in 2007Ulong is on the road to Nymboida River and borders two of its tributaries, the Little Nymbodia and Bobo Rivers.
The Australian National series Enduro motorcycle Championships took place over two days in and around Ulong in 2007. On 9 September 2011 a special stage of the World Rally Championship was held in the area. These events make use of the roads within the extensive array of State and National parks in the area. 
The region surrounding Ulong, especially the higher area, has a Subtropical highland climate (Cfb) with warm, humid and wet summers and cool winters with frosty nights.
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