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Burrinjuck / Bookham  Area
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About Irish Woolfest Boorowa

Everyone’s heard of the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona but much closer to home in Boorowa, New South Wales you can enjoy the spectacle of the “Running of the Sheep”.

Beautiful woolly Merino sheep are shepherded down the road by Farmer Ashley on his four wheel motorbike and his trusty Kelpies who leap on and off the motorbikes and on and off the sheeps back.
A magical free country Festival with a myriad of activities including wool and Irish, children’s fun, and a fine Boutique Market displaying Food, Wine and quality crafts.

Welcome to Burrinjuck Waters
Situated on 75 hectares of bushland and nestled on the southern escarpment of Mt. Barren Jack is Inland Waters Holiday Parks Lake Burrinjuck. Located right on the shores of Burrinjuck Dam, this park is a great place to bring the family, relax and experience a unique holiday.
The famous Hume and Hovell walking track passes through the park and is a delight to explore. Get up close and personal with the native wildlife or satisfy your thirst for adventure by enjoying your favourite water sports on the dam. Fishing enthusiasts will be thrilled with the variety on offer including murray cod, golden perch (yellow belly), trout and redfin.

At Burrinjuck, there are a myriad of recreational activities for your pleasure. Engage with your family and friends and enjoy a game of volley ball, or a hit of golf or tennis. Plenty of wide open spaces for a frisbee, game of cricket, tip or red rover. Choose your own adventure and light up a cosy campfire at this fabulous inland location.

Immerse yourself in the rural scenery. Explore the surrounding area and discover limestone and crystal caves at Wee Jasper. Visit the cool climate wineries or the beautiful and vibrant town of Yass and discover landscaped streets and heritage buildings.
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A Lachlan River town, Gooloogong is situated on the Lachlan Valley Way between Forbes (57km) and Cowra (34 km) with Eugowra a half hours drive to the North on the Eugowra Gooloogong Road.  The Nyrang Belubula Road will take you to Canowindra (30 km).  Parkes & Orange are about an hours drive from Gooloogong.
Gooloogong is partly in the Forbes Shire but the majority lies in the Cowra Shire
Before European settlement the Harden area was inhabited by the Wiradjuri people. Hume and Hovell passed nearby in 1824. In the late 1820s, the 'Murrumburra' was established. Its superintendent, James Kennedy, established an inn on the townsite in the late 1840s. Gold was found in the area in the 1850s.

A railway station was opened one km east of Murrumburrah on the Main Southern line in 1877 as Murrumburrah Station, but changed its name to Harden Station a year after the opening of a new station in Murrumburrah in 1879. Harden has remained as the main station and, as a result, became the main town.

Harden Post Office opened on 1 January 1870. The first Australian Lighthorse was also founded in Harden-Murrumburrah, with the Lighthorse festival occurring annually.

The town's rugby league team competed for the Maher Cup.
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Uranquinty is a village approximately 15 km south of Wagga Wagga in the Riverina region of New South Wales with a population of around 800 people.  Most residents work in Wagga Wagga and the surrounding district but enjoy the quieter village lifestyle when not at work.

Community Groups include the Progress Association, Neighbourhood Centre Committee, Tennis Club, Men's Shed, P&C, Playgroup, Preschool and the Uranquinty Hotel Social Club. Some of the community events include an ANZAC Day Service and March, East versus West Cricket Match, Christmas Concert, Trivia Nights, Monster Garage Sales and Uranquinty is also the home to the Wagga Folk Festival (Long Weekend in October).

Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW, home to the main campus of Charles Sturt University, Australia's largest inland university, and close to the Kapooka Army Base located on the highway running to Uranquinty.  Uranquinty is part of Wagga Wagga City Council and more information on the local area is available at the City of Wagga Wagga and the Visitor Information Centre