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.
Houses (three bedroom) – $250,000
Median monthly mortgage repayments – $1,148
residents and growing
Temora has four distinct seasons, perfect for enjoying the region.
Summer temperatures range from the mid-20s to the high 30s/ early 40s.
Winter temperatures range from zero to high teens.
80km to Wagga Wagga, 425km to Sydney, 210km to Canberra, 540km to Melbourne
Private taxi services and community transport options available.
NSW Train Link bus service to Cootamundra, meets the CountryLink train between Melbourne and Sydney twice daily.
Wagga Wagga’s domestic airport (90km) has three airlines with flights daily to Sydney and Melbourne, and a couple of times a week to Brisbane.
Temora has excellent medical facilities and includes a 34 bed hospital delivering maternity, surgical, and aged care services. Community health services including physiotherapy, mental health and transitional care are delivered by local staff with extra services provided by visiting staff.
As well as being a friendly town, Temora takes pride in its eduction of young people and offers options for all stages of education, from preschool to university
Temora has many parks and sporting grounds for those seeking to keep fit and active, or merely take in the town’s natural beauty.
It has a rich sporting culture catering for all codes of football as well as providing social competitions in tennis, bowls, basketball, volleyball, squash, running, swimming, netball, touch football and much more.
Temora boasts a thriving business community due largely to stability of the agricultural powerhouse that surrounds it.There are a broad range of career opportunities in this largely self-sustaining shire. See below for more details.