Community Overview

The rural towns of Coleambally, Darlington Point and Jerilderie provide the backdrop for one progressive and innovative community to thrive.

The region is home to a variety of agricultural industries including rice and cotton, with strong interest in solar farm and biomass investment.

Murrumbidgee Council is a dynamic region filled with natural beauty, historical significance and untapped potential for growth.

Community and infrastructure assets include health, aged care support, access to modern library services, swimming pools and a range of quality educational facilities.

Working closely with residents, Council seeks to establish and strengthen networks to build a robust, vibrant and cohesive community.

The premium Wunnamurra Housing Estate in Jerilderie and the new Darlington Point Town Structure Plan demonstrate promise for growth across the region.

Community profile

Murrumbidgee Council Community Profile enables you to analyse the population characteristics of your community, understand how they have changed over time and how they compare with other areas.

The profile presents data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Census of Population and Housing for the Local Government Area.

The profile answers the majority of frequently asked socio-demographic questions and assists Council, the general public, students, community groups, organisations, business and investors to become more informed about the community.

For access to the profile.id site readers can click on the link to take you to the Murrumbidgee Council profile.id home page. http://profile.id.com.au/murrumbidgee

Distance from major centres

Coleambally:

Sydney - 645km

Melbourne - 390km

Wagga Wagga - 190km

Griffith - 70km

 

Darlington Point:

Sydney - 630km

Melbourne - 420km

Wagga Wagga - 160km

Griffith - 35km

 

Jerilderie:

Sydney- 623km

Melbourne-324km

Wagga Wagga-165km

Griffith- 146 km

 


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About The Council

A peaceful country atmosphere and tranquil lifestyle underpin the thriving agricultural communities that make up Murrumbidgee Council.