Geurie is a very small town that is very close to Dubbo, when approaching from the south, but not quite a suburb. Geurie is a strip town that only has limited services, and is in decline.
Geurie is a small cross roads village in central-west NSW. It is located midway between Wellington and Dubbo in the Orana Region of the State. Of the State. It is located on the Main Western Railway line. and is served by the daily Countrylink XPT service between Sydney and Dubbo. At the 2006 census, Geurie had a population of 466.
It was the scene of a notable railway accident in 1963. On 23 August 1963 nineteen passengers were injured when the Sydney-bound Bourke Mail train when it collided with the front end of a goods train fouling the main line.