Pretty Pine, Wanganella, Booroorban, Conargo, Blighty & Mayrung
The Conargo Region is the smallest Local Government Area (by population) in NSW and is made up of a number of small villages. Three of the villages, Pretty Pine, Wanganella and Booroorban are located on The Long Paddock Cobb Highway Touring Route. The Conargo region is home to the famous Headless Horseman sculpture (located at the Black Swamp between Booroorban and Wanganella). This is a must see photo stop for all visitors.
Conargo Region at a glance
Towns and Villages: Pretty Pine, Wanganella, Booroorban, Conargo, Blighty, Mayrung
Main Industries: Sheep, Cattle, Cereal Crops, Rice and Vitaculture
River: The Billabong Creek and The Edward River
Did you know? Conargo is the only Local Government Region in Australia that does not have any poker machines.
May – Conargo Billabong Mothers Day Market
September– Pretty Pine Father Day Market
Must See And Dos
- Make a farm visit to ‘East Tolans’ to learn more about local agriculture and be amazed at their sculptural garden.
- Check out the original Cobb & Co stables at The Royal Mail Hotel in Booroorban.
- Discover the legend of The Headless Horseman at The Black Swamp and check out the sculptural installation.
- Visit some of the best bird watching areas in Australia, home to the rare Plains Wanderer.
- Taste wine at Clancy’s of Conargo and take a winery tour
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