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Welcome to Bingara

Bingara is the Gem on the Gwydir River, nestled in National Parks.  It is a place that shines with opportunity, a safe place with a friendly and healthy environment.

But Bingara offers much more than just peace and tranquillity, it is not a sleepy town because it boasts a vibrant, energetic and productive community.

Bingara treasures its Past, lives for the present and has planned for its Future. It owns its VISION, it knows where it's going and most importantly, it knows how to get there.

We love our town and we know you will too.
Come and see for yourself!

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Bingara is at the heart of the Fossickers Way, one of the oldest and most picturesque touring routes in New South Wales.

The Fossickers Way provides an alternative route between Sydney and Brisbane for those who enjoy an easy, more leisurely scenic drive ...on sealed roads.

Fossickers Way mudmap

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News Highlights

Local girls raise over $8000 for local charities (3-Jul-15)
Members for Northern Tablelands, Adam Marshall and Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton both enjoyed a spectacular evening at the Roxy Theatre last Friday, for the Orange Festival Charity Queen and Princess ball.
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Soundtrails officially launched (3-Jul-15)
During the Orange festival Senator John Williams joined Mayor John Coulton, Area Manager of Community Mutual New England, Matt Hayes and Soundtrails producer Hamish Sewell for the official launch of the Bingara Soundtrails App.
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ONE OF THE BEST! A weekend to remember. (3-Jul-15)
What a great festival! This seems to be the general consensus amongst locals and visitors from far and wide. The weather was warm, the sun was bright and the community spirit was alive. Whether you enjoyed the Orange Picking, danced the night away at the Orange Festival Charity Queen and Princess Ball or just enjoyed a wonderful day on Saturday with the family, this year’s Orange Festival has been dubbed ‘one of the best.’
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You can't, not love Bingara! (3-Jul-15)
This letter to the editor of the Bingara Advocate oozed pride and gratitude for our wonderful community.
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