Discover Balranald & Surrounds - where the wetlands meet the outback
2,318 (ABS 2016-17)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Balranald is $165,000.
Distance from Sydney 853kms in a westerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 33.1° to 15.7°and winters 16.5° to 3.5°. The mean annual rainfall is 324.9mm. (BOM data)
The major employer in the area is agriculture, fisheries and forestry. This is followed by healthcare and social assistance, retail trade, accommodation and food services, construction, education and training and public administration.
Balranald is a town and local government area in the western area of the Riverina district. There are several villages in the Shire including Euston, Oxley and Kyalite and settlements of Penarie, Hatfield and Clare.
There area number of activities to be involved with in Balranald. The Murrumbidgee Fishing Classic is held in March and the Balranald 5 Rivers Outback Festival is held in October. This is an amazing celebration of life in Outback NSW. Balranald is where the wetlands meet the Outback and there are a number of fascinating geographical landforms to take in at the Mungo National Park.
If sport is of interest, there are many different activities which can be undertaken including AFL, bowls, cricket, golf, horse racing, motor cross, netball, skateboarding, swimming, tennis. Of course with such beautiful waterways close by, those with an interest in water sports can indulge in canoeing, water skiing, boating, kayaking, swimming and fishing. Pony Club activities are also offered.
Balranald has several playgroups and an early learning centre, a Catholic primary school and a Central School (K-12). In Euston there is a pre-school and a primary school and Clare has a public school.
All the essential health services are available in Balranald. Starting with a well equipped hospital, there is also a Community Health centre, a doctor’s surgery and a dental surgery. There is also a retirement hostel for seniors.
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Housing Data: Sourced from www.realestate.com.au current as at 7/18.
Careers Data: Sourced from ABS.
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