Big enough to see, small enough to care
4,400 (ABS 2016-17)
Distance from Sydney 479kms in a south westerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 32.4° to 13.2°and winters 15.5° to 2.3°. The mean annual rainfall is 525mm. (BOM data)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Coolamon is $270,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $263.00 per week.
The largest employment sector in Coolamon is agriculture, forestry and fishing followed by health care and social assistance, retail, construction, accommodation and food services and manufacturing.
Coolamon Shire is located in the Riverina region of NSW. The largest town in the Shire is Coolamon with smaller towns of Ardlethan and Ganmain and the villages of Beckom, Matong and Marrar.
Attractions abound in the Shire with the Coolamon Cheese Factory Riverina Produce Dinner in August, the Coolamon Fore Engine Muster in September and the Capture Coolamon Shire photography exhibition being great events.
Whatever your sporting interest is, it is bound to be covered with the many recreational activities available in the Shire. Everything from AFL, bowls, cricket, fishing, golf, karate, netball, rugby league, swimming, team penning, tennis and touch football is available.
Educational facilities in the Shire include an early childhood centre, a Catholic primary school and a Central (K-12) school in Coolamon. Ganmain has a pre-school and one public and one Catholic primary schools and Ardlethan also has a pre-school and a Central (K-12) school. There are primary schools in Beckom, Marrar and Matong.
The area is well serviced by hospitals and chemists in Coolamon and Ardlethan, a medical and dental GP service in Coolamon as well as the Community Health Centre which provides services such as a dietitian, occupational therapist, podiatrist and speech pathologist. There are also several aged care organisations.
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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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