The Friendly Town
6,258 (ABS 2016-17)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Temora is $223,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $260.00 per week.
Temora is 423km south west of Sydney.
Summer temperatures average 31.5° to 16°and winters 13° to 2.1°. The mean annual rainfall is 523mm. (BOM data)
Temora’s main employment sector is in the agriculture, forestry and fishing which is followed by retail trade, health care and social assistance, education and training, accommodation and food services and construction.
Within easy reach of Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and the coast, Temora is located in the Riverina region of New South Wales. The Local Government area also includes the villages of Ariah Park, Barmedman and Pucawan.
There are a number of events and festivals in the Temora area each year including the Temora Golden Gift, a professional foot race held in February, Natfly, an aviation expo for recreational aircraft held at Easter and the Mary Gilmore Festival held in Ariah Park every September and the Warbirds Downunder Airshow each October.
There are many facilities for sports available in the Shires residents can play AFL, basketball, cricket, Little Athletics, rugby league, rugby union, soccer, swimming, tennis and touch football. Lake Centenary is a beautiful aquatic playground and is the perfect venue for all types of water sports.
In the education sphere, Temora Shire has playgroups, family day care and pre-school facilities. In Temora there are two primary schools and a high school together with a K-10 Catholic school. There is also a primary school in Barmedman and a campus of the Riverina Institute of TAFE in Temora.
Temora boasts a 34 bed district hospital with a 24 hour emergency department. There are also several medical centres, a physiotherapist, a mental health service and a Community Health Service offering podiatry, occupational therapy and more. There are several options for those seeking aged care facilities.
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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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