A small and caring community - is a village 20kms east of Narrandera with an interactive community. Ideal for anyone who wants country living within close proximity to the amenities of a larger town.
Businesses found in our village are a general store and post office, pub, stock and station agent, an excellent mechanic and motel. PIC Australia has their office here and is a large company involved in the breeding and growing of pigs. It provides employment for many people in the district and has happily provided part time work for Uni students. All these business have friendly owners or staff who are happy to have a chat and answer any questions you may have.
We have a well maintained and equipped public primary school and we are very proud of our historic War Memorial and Commemoration Hall where a large range of activities have been held over the years and is still in regularly use. Our park is well kept and provides public toilets, a free gas BBQ and two sets of picnic tables. There is also playground equipment to keep the kids active.
The sports club is a big part of the fabric of the town and it hosts tennis, golf and softball. The unisex softball competition starts at the end of the January school holidays and concludes before the Easter break and we usually have at least 7 teams involved. Family members and friends of high school age and older enjoy playing together on a Saturday evening and finish off with a BBQ tea. Contact Kent on (02) 6956 2151 for more information.
We have local lads involved in the Ganmain, Grong Grong, Matong AFL Club and this very successful team have won 4 premierships over the last 5 years. Rah the Lions!
The Fishing Club is active down on the Murrumbidgee and meets regulary to organise activities.
The Rodeo and Gymkhana Club have been very active over a number of years and have revitalised the old footy ground.
The Over 50's (doesn't really matter your age) meet at the hall on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month to share lunch and they organise a large range of activiities for a great afternoon of entertainment.
There are two Churches that still congregate, the St Matthew's Anglican on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 5pm and the St Patrick's Catholic on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday at 8am.
We have a Hall and Progress Committee who coordinate the activities for the Hall and projects around our village such as replacement of community fences and gates, the planting of trees, Clean Ups and Australia Day , they meet every second month.
The Bulloak CWA ladies meet monthly and they are a very active and community minded group.
To keep everyone up to date with what is happening we have a free Local Newsletter which is kindly put together by Donna and is issued fortnightly. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mine hosts of the Royal Hotel, Kaye and Ted contacted on (02) 6956 2117, organise darts, local fund raising raffles and a footy tipping competition. They also have a well stocked juke box! They happily provide space for overnight stops for campervans and also have rooms for rent. Eat in and take away meals available.
The Motel owned and operated by Sandra and John contacted via (02) 6956 2109, have 10 units available at very reasonable rates and has a large licensed restaurant where they serve Australian and International meals and is ideal for functions.
Other services provided are a Rural Bush Fire Brigade and Garbage Collection on Wednesday mornings.
Events coming up:-
At the Rodeo Grounds
Sunday 26th August - Team Penning and Gymkhana- contact Mick via mobile: 0427 262 027
Saturday 8th September - Rodeo "Flies, Pies and Bindies" - contact Mick via mobile: 0427 262 027
141 East Street Narrandera
T (02) 6959 5510
F (02) 6959 1884