The Scottish town of Inverurie is located in the county of Aberdeenshire. The town of Inverurie is located about sixteen miles to the north of Aberdeen and it can be accessed using the A96. The town of Inverurie is home to a railway station, which is part of the main railway line between Aberdeen and Inverness. The closest airport for the town of Inverurie is in Dyce and this is the International Airport of Aberdeen.
The town of Inverurie is located within the Don Valley and this in the heart of Aberdeenshire. The town of Inverurie actually straddles both the River Ury and the River Don. The town is mainly surrounded by farmland and it is located about four miles from the imposing mountains, which are known as Bennachie.
The centre of the town of Inverurie is actually located to the east of the town as there has been a vast amount of development to the west of the town. The town centre of the town is a sort of triangular shape and it is pretty much dominated by the town hall. The town hall built during the later part of the 1800's.
The town of Inverurie is a thriving little market town and it holds monthly farmers market. There are a lot of services, businesses and small shops within the town as well. The main industries within the town of Inverurie are oil, agriculture and commerce and services. Up until March 2009 the town was also associated with the manufacturing of paper however the factory has now closed.