Boggabri Website and Business Directory

Welcome to Boggabri

Boggabri was proclaimed a township in 1860, but came into its own in 1882 with the opening of the railway. Today Boggabri, located on the Kamilaroi Highway east of Narrabri, is a historic small country town with big community spirit offering a unique country lifestyle. With a rich agricultural history and several recently opened coal mines, the town is set for further expansion. The town boasts a nine hole golf course and an RSL Club. A modern motel, caravan park with cabins and a hotel that provides accommodation in the town while fuel and motor repairs are also available. The main business area of Boggabri has over the years been found in three different streets. This makes for a interesting mix of architecture which can be explored with a walk along the Boggabri Heritage Trail.


Boggabri is a small town in north-western New South Wales, Australia. It is part of Narrabri Shire and lies between Gunnedah and Narrabri on the Kamilaroi Highway. At the 2016 census, the town had a population of 856 people.

Tourism

Boggabri main tourist attraction is Gin's Leap .and Dripping Rock among a number of other sites including the historical museum, Barbers Lagoon, Nelson's Honey and the famous Drovers Campfire winner of the NSW Tourism Award.

Industry

The Boggabri District is a diversified industy area it produces a variety of agricultural commodities including cotton, wheat, beef cattle and sheep and pulse crops.  It has an emerging mining industry

History

The town site was 20 km south and settled in the 1830s, it was relocated after a flood washed it away in the 1850s. Boggabri comes from Gamilaraay bagaaybaraay, literally "having creeks" It is likely a reference to the Namoi River, 

Directory

A business directory of the town and this is included in the Namoi Business Directory, if you own a business the cost to have a landing page and or a listing is minimal and a one off fee. Very few are not in this directory.

Latest News

Fury as NSW CSG project gets state's tick

Fury as NSW CSG project gets state's tick

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Environmental groups and some MPs have pleaded with an independent planning body to oppose a controversial coal seam gas project after it was recommended for approval by the NSW government.

The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment on Friday recommended the Narrabri coal seam gas project be approved and referred it to the Independent Planning Commission for a final assessment.

Oil and gas giant Santos wants to develop the $3.6 billion project over 95,000 hectares in the Pilliga forest and nearby grazing land in the state's northwest.

It involves drilling 850 new gas wells over 20 years, with Santos saying it has the potential to satisfy up to half of NSW's natural gas demand.

 

Roy's Round-Up 6 June 2020

Roy's Round-Up 6 June 2020

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It’s been a big week in Parliament. 

The Coal Seam Gas Moratorium Bill came on incredibly fast in the Legislative Assembly. Thank you for your public support of the position we took, it helps to show that Government members are out of touch with community sentiment. 

The next opportunity to raise concerns is through the Independent Planning Commission process. I will be making a submission, advocating for the strongest possible protection of groundwater for the sake of communities and agriculture. I encourage you to do the same. 

Cotton Info Moisture Manager

Cotton Info Moisture Manager

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The Westpac Foundation Rural Community Grants program

The Westpac Foundation Rural Community Grants program

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The Westpac Foundation Rural Community Grants program provides funding for education and training projects delivered in rural communities to create pathways out of disadvantage.

With higher rates of socioeconomic disadvantage in rural and remote Australia compared to cities and metropolitan areas, the program can help respond to these challenges, which are exacerbated by the drought, fires and now COVID-19.

To apply for a $10,000 grant and learn more about the program, visit: http://ow.ly/dM0G50zfp4H

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National Women's Business Scholarship. 12-month program. Apply before July 17 2020.

Scholarship

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National Women's Business Scholarship. 12-month program. Apply before July 17 2020.

National Women's Business Scholarship

Diversity and Inclusion advocate Inspiring Rare Birds has secured funding from the Australian Government's Office for Women to support 90 National Women's Business Scholarships.

The 12-month program will support women business owners from marginal demographics by way of:

  • A hand-selected mentor to provide 2 hours of 1:1 guidance, support and accountability every month for 9 months to meet their individual goals and grow their business;
  • 8 x 1-hour Business Education Masterclasses;
  • Full support from a dedicated Rare Birds program manager;
  • Connection to a vibrant and supportive community of like-minded business owners and entrepreneurs.

Demographics supported are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; Migrant or Refugee; Remote, Regional or Rural location; or Living with a Disability. Eligible women are encouraged to apply before July 17, 2020

North West NSW Mobile GP Respiratory Clinic

Boggabri every Friday 9am to 1pm

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North West NSW Mobile GP Respiratory Clinic

Webinar Series from North West Local Land Services

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Webinar Series from North West Local Land Services

Webinar Series

Webinar Series from North West Local Land Services

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Webinar Series from North West Local Land Services

Webinar Series

Webinar Series from North West Local Land Services

  • 8/17/2020
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Webinar Series from North West Local Land Services

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