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Temora Shire Council

T-Light Festival, Lake Centenary, Temora. Credit: Remi Osario

In Temora, community is everything. Have you ever been to a cinema run entirely by volunteers ranging from teenagers to retirees? At Temora’s Town Hall Theatre you’ll not only be treated to the latest flicks, but warmly greeted by a group of wonderful volunteers.

Temora’s history, supported by generations of artisans and craftsmen, is on display across the Shire’s four museums.

Many visitors are impressed by the healthy relationship between the town and the council. Temora’s myriad of meticulously preserved historical buildings are testament to the joint efforts of council and community working together for the common good.

In a world where fast is often prioritised over friendly, you’ll soon discover this is a town that truly deserves its title of the friendliest in NSW.

Towns & Villages

Temora Shire, Ariah Park, Springdale.

Diamonds and Dust, Temora. Credit: Anne Cooper Photography
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Temora Shire Council

10. Temora :: GEOCADDER
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Shontayne Ward - Economic & Community Development Officer
0429 203 457
105 Loftus Street Temora NSW 2666

Temora Shire Council

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Taxi & Bus

Temora Coach Route:

Explore the Temora Coach Route with convenient stops at:

  • Wagga Wagga
  • Junee
  • Barmedman
  • West Wyalong
  • Lake Cargelligo
  • Condobolin

Taxi Service:

For local transport needs and beyond, rely on Temora Travelmate:

Whether commuting between towns or needing a ride within Temora, Temora Travelmate offers reliable and efficient taxi services to meet your travel needs.

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Industries & Opportunities

Temora boasts a thriving business community due largely to stability of the agricultural powerhouse that surrounds it. The wealth created by broadacre farming of crops and livestock contribute to a prosperous retail precinct and comparative diverse professional services sector.

With all the essential services, plus a fair share of life luxuries available in Temora, there are a broad range of career opportunities in this largely self-sustaining shire.

Main industries include agriculture, education and healthcare.

Primary Employers: BFB, Moses and Sons Wool Brokers, Department of Education, Department of Health (Murrumbidgee Health), Temora Shire Council, Goldenfields Water, GrainCorp, Intersales, Teye Australia Jindalee Feedlot, Australian Rainforest Honey.

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Setting Up Your Own Business

Starting a business

Contact Craig Sinclair - Economic & Community Development Manager, Temora Shire Council.

Tel: 02 6980 1124


Co-working space available at Meagher Business Hub

Apiarist checking hives at Australian Rainforest Honey, Temora. Credit – Matt Beaver
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Jobs in This Region

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Office Administrator
We are recruiting for an Office Administrator for a minimum of 24hrs per week who will be responsible for assisting the directors in ensuring all office activities are completed in a timely, accurate and professional manner. TME is Temora's leading Electrical, Refrigeration and Plumbing company.  Your role will include: Be responsible for scheduling jobs for the director and other tradesmen Have knowledge for accounts payable and receivable processing and entering and generating invoices Have excellent customer service skills and phone manner, and communicate effectively with clients Communicate effectively with the directors regarding job progress.  Ensure all tax obligations are met, pay wages and manage holiday pay.  Assist with marketing activities Strive towards producing high quality work in appropriate time frames Have fun and be proud of what you achieve in your working day Be motivated and help your team to meet timelines and uphold the TME professional image.  Have a minimum of 2-3 years experience in the office administration role If you think you have what it takes to join the TME team, then apply via email with a copy of your CV and a brief cover letter telling us why you are the person for the job. Or give our office a call on 69781472 and have a chat to Megan today. 
Mon, 03 Jun
Temora, 2666, NSW
Merchandise Manager
Merchandise Manager Job req id: 15412 Date: 30 May 2024 Location: Temora, NSW, AU, 2666 Australias leading agribusiness making a difference - growing our world from the ground up. Competitive Salary | Tools of Trade | Incentive Program Temora, NSW Why Nutrien Ag Solutions? If you want a career that makes a difference, then come work with us at Nutrien where your ...Click here to view more detail / apply for Merchandise Manager
Mon, 03 Jun
Temora, 2666, NSW
Service Technician - Diesel Motor Mechanics / Diesel Fitter Mechanics
Our client, Intersales (Hado Pty Ltd), has been in business since the 1950s, and since that time, has grown to over four locations (Temora, Griffith, Wagga Wagga and Wodonga) and counting. Intersales service multiple industries - agriculture, construction, and recreation - offering over 23 product lines to meet the needs customers. Top brands include Case IH, JCB, MacDon, Croplands, Horsch, Polaris, Westfield, Agrispread, Horwood Bagshaw, Flexicoil and Cleverdon Comb Trailers to name a few.About the role: An exciting opportunity is available for full-time Diesel Fitter Mechanics / Diesel Motor Mechanics to join the team in Temora and Griffith, NSW. As a key member of the Intersales team, you will be confident in all aspects of hands-on service work and committed to providing exceptional customer service. Key responsibilities will include: Perform a range of tasks including service, repair, test and maintenance of machinery in accordance with the Australian Industry Standards and Practice. Delivery of diagnostic and repair services (tractors, harvesters, seeder equipment, application equipment, construction equipment, advance farming systems). Equipment upgrades, fabrication, machinery delivery. Mechanical advice and excellent customer service in dealing with all enquiries and assigned work orders. Inspect machinery or materials to identify the cause of errors or other problems or defects and apply knowledge and skills to select the correct part to complete the repair. Consult relevant technical manuals, both paper and electronic, when required. Ensure that work is completed efficiently and that all information is available to facilitate invoicing being performed in a timely and accurate manner. Ensure completion of paperwork and other record keeping requirements including service reports and time sheets. Provide detailed description of the repairs carried out in the service report book and present copy to workshop office on completion of job. Test drive machines to ensure the problem has been identified and/or fixed. Maintain workshop tools and equipment and return them to the Tool Store in full working order after use. Report any lost or damaged tools or equipment to the Storeperson. Adhere to all Workplace Health and Safety obligations in accordance with the laws and rules of NSW. Skills & Experience: Certificate III in Heavy Engine Mechanics, Fitter, or Agricultural Mechanics. Current Drivers Licence. Proven work experience as a diesel fitter mechanic / diesel motor mechanic. Ability to think independently and work as part of a team. Demonstrated understanding of NSW Work Health and Safety regulations. Excellent troubleshooting and diagnostic skills. High level customer service, strong attention to detail and self-motivation. With a wide variety of work available, Intersales are well placed to offer staff progressive opportunities within the business. Intersales' continued business success comes from investing in staff, following industry trends and fulfilling customer needs. Summary of role requirements: Flexible hours available More than 4 years of relevant work experience required for this role Working rights required for this role Expected salary: $70,000 - $75,000 per year
Wed, 29 May
Temora, 2666, NSW
Temora Public School credit – Temora Public School
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Temora Medical Complex is the larger of two Doctor surgeries in Temora
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Before European settlement, the area of land now known as Temora was occupied for some 60,000 years by the Wiradjuri people, whose nation spanned an area reaching as far north as Nyngan, right down to Albury in the south, and from Hay in the west to the foothills of the Blue Mountains in the east.

Temora values its Indigenous past. Willo’s Wiradjuri Keeping Place (pictured) at the Bundawarrah Centre, pays respect to traditional Wiradjuri culture, working to preserve an understanding of the society that was part of Temora’s landscape prior to white settlement. ‘Willo’ was a Wiradjuri youth who befriended one of the first European settlers to lease ‘Temora Station’.

Many creeks, forests and townships around Temora bear names resembling Wiradjuri words.

Temora began as a pastoral station in 1847 but was not officially named as a town until it had become a hotspot for gold miners in 1880.

Gold was first found in the region in 1869 and by 1879 over 20,000 people had descended on the town in an effort to stake their claim. The population dropped dramatically at the end of the gold rush, but the town of Temora had been established and some of the buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s remain, at least in part, in today’s landscape.

Take a wander through the streets and you will see Edwardian, Federation and some Art Deco period buildings. Be sure to visit Ariah Park where you’ll find some impressive architecture and streetscaping dating back over a century.

Gold Mines
Railway Station – Anne Cooper Photography
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People of all ages enjoy creating art and visiting the Temora Art Centre. Credit: Anne Cooper Photography
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