If flooding is a concern, up to date information about the weather and river heights is available from the Bureau of Meteorology.

For up to date road conditions and closures, please click on the link below or alternately call Council on 0268305100 and after hours on 0427392100. For up to date road closure information around other areas please visit the RTA website at https://www.livetraffic.com/desktop.html for information.

The State Emergency Service (SES) is the lead agency in the event of flood or storm damage. Anyone needing emergency help due to flooding can contact the SES for help on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies call triple zero. 

Producers are encouraged to call 1300 795 299 or contact their nearest Local Land Services office to report agricultural losses including, fencing, crops and stranded, injured or deceased livestock.  If you can, it is also useful to take photos that can be used as proof, both for the Disaster Report and any relevant insurance policies you may have. 

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Welcome to the Brewarrina Shire

Welcome to the Shire of Brewarrina, a rural and remote community located in the outback region of New South Wales on the banks of the Barwon/Darling River.

The shire covers an area of 19,000 square km’s and borders the state line of Queensland and is surrounded by the local governments of Walgett, Warren, Bogan and Bourke.

The shire includes the towns and villages of Brewarrina, Goodooga, Weilmoringle, Angledool and Gongolgon. Brewarrina has great historical significance to the Aboriginal people of the region, as the town was one of the great inter-tribal meeting places of eastern Australia.
The fisheries are elaborate man made stone constructions in the riverbed designed to trap fish. The Brewarrina Fish Traps are a National Heritage listed site and of spiritual significance to Aboriginal people.

The Shire boasts many other attractions like the Old Barwon Bridge, Culgoa National Park, Narran Lakes, Cobb & Co trails, Four Mile Skiing Reserve, Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Visitor Information & Exhibition Centre, Darling River Run, Ochre Bed Pits and the State Heritage Aboriginal Mission just to mention a few.

Many significant events also occur in the Shire including the Brewarrina Races, Barwon River Rodeo, Agricultural Field Day, NAIDOC celebrations, Weilmoringle Cancer Council Tennis Day, Goodooga Wool Day, Bre Big Fish competition and the Bald Archy Art Prize Exhibition.

Brewarrina Shire Council acknowledges and pays its respects to the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work, and to Elders past, present and future.