OMG! We have some amazing businesses in Berrigan! This year, when things have been so tough, … [Read More...] about $1,500 worth of prizes in the #GoLocalFirst Berrigan Christmas Draw!
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.
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The exhibition featuring Berrigan Heritage artwork by Marnie Steer & Tom Pyle is now open at Blue Highways Gallery. ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey Berrigan! Wouldn’t it be great to have a galah sculpture by Andrew Whitehead?MORE THAN A DAY TRIP!!!!!!!
Been a bit lazy keeping the map of my public viewable artworks up to date . I am so grateful that tiny towns are kind enough to employ me to put their town 'on the map' with a relevant , appropriate artwork. Thank you good folks! ... See MoreSee Less
Sure would. 😃
One for the racecourse would be great too!
Would be fantastic. His work is amazing. :D
December, the holiday and Christmas season. The Gallery has a wide range of imagery, both original and commercial for sale. There are also many quirky gifts starting at $5.00 with many under $100.00. 🌵🎅🎁🎄 ... See MoreSee Less
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The history of Berrigan
The first Post Office in Berrigan was a receiving office opened in May 1884. A once weekly mail service was provided between Corowa and Murray Hut at this time. The school teacher Miss Ruddock was the first appointed postmistress as the mail arrived at 4pm and her school duties were finished for the day by […]
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 […]
In the early pioneering days the adherents to the Roman Catholic Church assembled in private homes for the celebration of Mass, first by a travelling priest from Albury, and later by one from Corowa. The first record of Mass being spoken in the School of Arts was in June 1892, with the Rev Father Fogarty […]