So where is Berrigan?

Berrigan is a small town, located in the Southern Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia, 30kms north of the Murray River.  Melbourne is three hours to the south and Sydney is seven hours to the north east.

It is the home to the offices of the Berrigan Shire Council and close to the Murray River communities of Barooga, Finley, Tocumwal, and Mulwala, with Jerilderie to the north.

Both Albury and Shepparton are just over an hour away, and to Wagga Wagga takes two hours.

Berrigan entry sign

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The Historical Village of Berrigan – by Tom Pyle

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Loving Country Life, a preview of the coming exhibition by Kim Bolitho.
Kim is an accomplished Australian artist and this is her first exhibition in fourteen years.
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Natalia. Kim Bolitho.
Exhibition, coming soon.
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Loving Country Life, the Exhibition by Kim Bolitho, opens this week. The artwork has been hung, pictures to follow. The Exhibition has been generously sponsored by,
Graeme Seaman Automotive in Wagga.
DeBortoli Wines and
Grenache Wizardry .
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The history of Berrigan

The Red Corner Club

The Red Corner Club was the first syndicate in Australia and was established in 1963 with sixteen members who met regularly at the Federal Hotel. The inaugural members were as follows: Michael Hickey, Bert Honeychurch (Life Member), K.J. (Sam) Winray, Gary McLennan, Dr Orm Whitney (Life Member), E.J. (Ted) Ryan, Ralph Baker, Acky McFarlane, Bob […]

Canola Festival

This year marks 20 years since the very first Golden Canola Festival, once held in early to mid-September. Although it’s been been several years since the final street parade, it’s hard to forget this once-popular event with all the stunning canola around us during September! Last year we shared a flashback to the very first […]

Federal Hotel

Shortly after proclamation of Berrigan as a village, Paddy Gleeson, an exuberant character to say the least, built the original Federal Hotel. He was also the licencee of the Nangunia Hotel south of Berrigan at one stage. This first hotel was a wooden structure with a wide veranda at the front, as was the style […]

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Thinking of visiting the area?

Looking for other great adventures whilst here?

Check out the Visit the Murray Website for day trips around the region.

Visit the Murray

VALMAR Community Transport

To download the latest timetable for VALMAR Community Transport bus run

Valmar Community Transport bus schedule