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Booligal

The town of Booligal is a small cluster of houses on the tree-lined Lachlan River. It was made famous by Banjo Paterson's poem 'Hay and Hell and Booligal'. It is surrounded by open expanses of grass plain and saltbush home to grazing kangaroos and emus. Hawks, wedge-tail eagles and galahs soar overhead. It was once used as a stop over for Cobb and Co Coaches and is now famous for the annual Booligal Sheep Races that draw crowds from far and near. The town is home to a cricket oval for the occasional social game, shaded eating areas, playground and toilet facilities. The Booligal Hotel provides travellers with meals, barbecues and accommodation.

Booligal: Events

Booligal Sheep Races


Enjoy a great fun family day out at the annual Booligal Sheep Races!

Relax on the green lawn of the Booligal Cricket Ground, enjoy the barbecue and the thrill of racing your sheep. There are great prizes throughout the day.

The day kicks off with the Best Decorated Sheep Judging and then the races begin. Don't worry if your sheep is not a finalist as there is a chance to buy a sheep in a heat in the sheep auction in the middle of the day. Get a syndicate together and your sheep could be the winner of the Booligal Cup!

It's a great event to get involved in as all proceeds go to local charities. Come along and see how the locals have fun in the outback.

Camping spots available. Stay for the fireworks display at the Booligal Hotel.




Booligal Cricket Ground
Booligal, NSW, 2711

Located 0.4K from Booligal

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