Sir John Monash

Read about Jerilderie's favourite son, Sir John Monash in full here, Sir John Monash PDF.  With thanks to Local Historian Laurie Henery.

Find out about the campaign to have General Sir John Monash GCMG KCB VD promoted to the rank of Field Marshal by 11 November 2018 here:


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Visiting Jerilderie

Heritage walks, tree-lined streetscape, and the cleanest toilets in NSW await visitors to the historic township of Jerilderie. Established in 1859, Jerilderie is nestled on the banks of Australia’s, and reputedly the world’s, longest creek. Billabong Creek winds its way through Jerilderie and 321 kms of quintessentially Australian landscape.

Where to dine in Jerilderie

You'll find a great range of eateries and food outlets in Jerilderie. There's cafes, a bakery, great pub and club food, restaurants and roadhouse and service station facilities.

Where to stay in Jerilderie

Jerilderie has a marvellous range of accommodation. Whether you're looking for a hotel or motel, a cosy little B&B, a caravan park and or backpacker accommodation, you'll find it in Jerilderie.

Settlement of the Jerilderie District