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Villages

  • Photograph of the main street in Barmedman

    Barmedman is a village of the Bland Shire, and is situated 35 kilometres south east of West Wyalong.

  • You will find a fascinating landscape left by the many old tin mining works centered on Kikiora

  • Mirrool Hotel

    Mirrool is located South of West Wyalong on the Newell Highway.  Mirrool is the home of the Mirrool Silo Kick, a hotly contested football kicking competition held on the 2nd Saturday in October each year. 

  • Photograph of the Woolsheds

    Naradhan is a small township with strong agricultural origins.
    The fully restored Naradhan Historic Woolshed built in 1888 can be seen from the main road and is one of the last great woolsheds in the region.
    Visits to the woolshed can be made by appointment on 02 6896 9802.

  • Photograph of Tallimba Memorial Park

    Tallimba is a village of the Bland Shire and is situated 35 kilometres south west of West Wyalong. The town has approximately 30 residents with the local farming communities surrounding the township increasing this number to 149 people.

  • Photograph of Ungarie

    Ungarie is a village of the Bland Shire and is situated 42 kilometres North West of West Wyalong on the way to Lake Cargelligo. The village has a population of 335 residents and a farming community also supporting the village.

  • Photograph of the Whistle-stop cafe

    Weethalle is a small farming community in the Bland Shire and is situated 58 kilometres West of West Wyalong on the Mid Western Highway.  Weethalle has a population of 284, which is increased by surrounding farm populations.

  • Photograph of the Wyalong Court House

    Wyalong is located 4.4 kilometres from West Wyalong and is a historic town from the late gold rush years of the 1890’s. In 1894 the government agreed to survey a town that would support the increasing growth resulting from the gold rush to this area.