Euabalong is a small quiet town in western New South Wales, Australia. The town is right on the Lachlan River bend, with beautiful water view camping spots available in another RV friendly town. If you are after unspoiled raw nature and true off-the-grid experience, Euabalong is a must destination on your great Aussie adventure trip. Spend a night or two camping on a lovely river band, by the fire and listening to distinct bird life.
Yes, you heard it right, it is not Abalone, it is Euabalong. Although you cannot catch Abalone here, you can catch a plentiful cod and a yellow belly. Euabalong is acclaimed fishing spot and a hidden treasure right at the verge of far west region. The true Aussie outback wilderness starts right here!
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Summer Santa is coming to town Each year, thanks to tremendous charitable work of local residents, local kids can enjoy real Santa experience, minus snow. The Santa comes down each Christmas Eve (and he comes with a bang!) and hands every child lovely gift. Great night out for the whole family and opportunity to catch up with local friends. Autumn …
Travelling by train or bus You can come here from Sydney twice a week. Check train and bus timetables at https://transportnsw.info Travelling by car If you are travelling from Condobolin, you will need to travel through a dirt road. Be mindful of the road conditions as well as potential occurrence of wildlife and livestock crossing the road.
History & Culture
These small Australian far west villages were busy hubs back then as there was a much greater need for farm labour in surrounding area. The mail came by a 2 horse couch twice weekly service, funnily enough, current residents receive mail 3 times a week.On the 6th of February 1889, 2.5 acres of land was dedicated for the new Euabalong …
The River Lachlan was and still is our greatest asset. It also leaves bookmarks in locals’ memories as the seasons of droughts and floods alternate through generations. In 1981, the town celebrated its centenary and this lovely poem was authored for the occasion: l‘d like you all to come back To the place where I belong If’s on the Lachlan …
With these amazing lyrics comes the ability to better understand the early days in the great Australian bush. This song places itself in the same category as the famous Walzing Matilda.Continue reading
Lake Cargelligo is the place to start when on the hunt for the most species sighted or rare and threatened birds! But for anyone with an appreciation for birds, in particular waterbirds, Lake Cargelligo is one of three noteworthy lakes.Continue reading
State Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries announced that the historical Booberoi Station Woolshed near Euabalong will receive $100,000 in funding “The project will enhance local and regional heritage skills through the integration of a training program for local youth into the building conservation program, as well as being a case study for a UNSW School of Architecture course with a …Continue reading