Temora

The Shire of Temora offers all the benefits of country living with a comprehensive range of quality services.

Temora has a huge advantage as it is centrally located between the cities of Sydney and Melbourne, as well as being situated within South West Slopes/Riverina area, making it an ideal base from which to visit the region. It is situated approximately 80 km north of Wagga Wagga in the South West (Riverina) of New South Wales. Canberra is two hours drive to the east, with Griffith a 1.5 hour drive to the west.

With a strong retail trade sector and an active business community, many visitors are surprised at the variety of shopping within the town. The diversity and strength of agriculture is the foundation of the local economy. Temora Shire is strategically positioned in the heart of the State’s rich sheep-wheat belt and is regarded as one of the safest agricultural areas of New South Wales.

 

 

Narrandera

Discover fine heritage, taste fresh produce, enjoy riverbank trails, and see hundreds of koalas in their natural habitat in Narrandera, a beautiful country town in the heart of the Riverina.

On the banks of the meandering Murrumbidgee River, Narrandera will delight you with its fascinating heritage, antiques, wonderful festivals, orchard tours and a nature reserve where you’ll see hundreds of koalas.

In the heart of the beautiful Riverina region of south-western NSW, Narrandera is 70 minutes’ drive northwest of Wagga Wagga and 70 minutes southwest of Griffith, and a road trip from Melbourne or Sydney. You can take a weekly train from Sydney to Narrandera or fly daily to Narrandera-Leeton Airport.

The region is renowned for its fresh produce, acclaimed wines, country charm and natural attractions, such as the koalas and sandy river beaches in Narrandera.

 

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Boorowa

This small country town set in fertile tablelands north of Canberra stages an annual spectacle known as the Running of the Sheep. Part of the annual Irish Woolfest, this event celebrates Boorowa’s colourful Irish heritage and its rich pastoral history. While the Running of the

Sheep is the major draw card for visitors, there’s also lots of fun with a street parade, Irish singers and dancers, pipe bands and hot air ballooning.

Follow the Shamrock Trails map and you’ll uncover Boorowa’s history and heritage. Take a leisurely drive around the countryside towards Young and you’ll discover interesting villages, orchards and boutique wineries. Enjoy a relaxing picnic on the shores of nearby Wyangala Dam, the perfect place for those who enjoy fishing, water skiing or camping.