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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Free entry to Berrigan War Memorial Swimming Pool next season

Dear Residents of Berrigan & Surrounding Area,

With many new residents to our town, there may be a misconception that the entry to the Berrigan War Memorial Pool is free.

That is not the case, the pool entry is subsidised by the community of Berrigan.

How this subsidised entry works.

Instead of charging entry fees each year we ask our very generous community to donate to our pool running costs.

If donations reach what is expected would be received through our gate takings we can once again implement the subsidised system.

If not enough donation funds are collected, we will return to the fee structure in line with the other shire pools

Our wonderful community has paid UPFRONT for EVERYONE to swim for approximately 12 years and we are so grateful for your amazing generosity and community spirit.

We understand our Shire pools take a lot of funding to operate and appreciate the funding contribution from Berrigan Shire which covers a large portion of the operating costs.

We are a small Committee who watch our budget very carefully and also fundraise to implement improvements to our facility.

We would be appreciative of any donation to keep subsidised entry going for our community.

Donations can be made via EFT/Cheque to BERRIGAN WAR MEMORIAL POOL BSB 633-000 ACCOUNT NUMBER 162 961 981 – Reference Your Name

OR please send a cheque – C/- The Treasurer, PO Box 112, BERRIGAN NSW 2712

Sincerely yours, the Committee of the BERRIGAN WAR MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL

The Historical Village of Berrigan – by Tom Pyle

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This August and September, Murray Local Land Services is offering ‘Seedlings for Superbs’ - a native plant giveaway of trees, shrubs, and grasses that superb parrots love to feed on and live within.

Up to 80 tubestock seedlings are available to landholders within the central zone of the Murray LLS region (i.e. where Superb Parrots can be found).

We have already allocated 1/3 of the seedlings. Get your order in quick!

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The history of Berrigan

Berrigan Shire Council Chambers

In January 1907, following the election of the first Council in November of the year previous, moves were begun to construct Council Chambers. Plans were put in motion for the […]

Nangunia South School

The Nangunia South School was established in April 1899 as a provisional school made of logs, joined together by mud. The school was located opposite the site (Northern side) of […]

Ian Fuzzard OAM

Born 30th September 1928, Mr Fuzzard was renowned as a local historian, and published a book “Berrigan, Today and Yesterday” in 1965, which has been a primary source of information […]

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