The Momalong Hotel was first built in 1893, and was one of the four pubs that serviced the Berrigan community, alongside the Royal Hotel, Berrigan Hotel and Federal Hotel. With the original pub buildings wooden structures, it was inevitable that fire would damage and destroy the buildings, as it did with many early structures in […]
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.
The Historical Village of Berrigan – by Tom Pyle
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The Blue Highways Gallery, a few more changes. Bringing landscapes, big skies, the desert and highways into living spaces and lounge rooms.
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Our April monthly meeting will be held on Monday 12 April from 7.30 pm at the Berrigan Sportsground
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Berrigan Community Airlines (not a real airline) has just released a limited amount of tickets for their first ever MYSTERY FLIGHT (not a real flight). Come with us for the trip of a life time to 3 undisclosed destinations around the world (not really we won't leave Berrigan) and experience International cuisine prepared by International Chef Hazel McDiarmid (this part is true).
Our Captain (not a real pilot) is one of the best in the business and has navigated the globe for over 20 years (not really). The flight will depart from the Berrigan International Airport (Berrigan Memorial Hall). Have a few drinks from the airport bar while you are waiting to board the flight (drinks available at club bar prices) . Once we are in the air the BC Airlines bar will open for your convenience (for those nervous passengers to calm their nerves). BC Airlines flight crew (not a real flight crew) will ensure your trip is one to remember.
Tickets are limited (this is true) so grab your passport, get down to the club and get your ticket for the flight of a lifetime! Ticket sales close on Thursday 15th April if not sold out prior (but it will sell out fast so get in quick). All money raised will go to Berrigan Community Golf & Bowling Club. For more info contact Janice Graham or Mandy Bonat. Tickets on sale tomorrow.
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The history of Berrigan
Emmanuel James Gorman, most often referred to as EJ Gorman, arrived in Berrigan in 1888 as a stock and station agent. Within two years he had purchased a farm of his own, some 2,800 acres on Woodstock. In the mid-nineties he availed himself of a world trip which must have had a vast effect on […]
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 the Nangunia Hotel and Post Office (one building) which was destroyed by fire in 1903. Therefore the school was situated where the Mulwala Canal is […]
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