Includes partially or wholly the following localities and postcodes.
Localities: Anabranch North, Anabranch South, Aratula, Argoon, Arumpo, Balranald, Barham, Barooga, Barratta, Beelbangera, Benerembah, Berrigan, Bilbul, Binya, Birganbigil, Blighty, Boeill Creek, Booligal, Boomanoomana, Boorga, Booroorban, Bullatale, Bundure, Bunnaloo, Buronga, Burraboi, Caldwell, Calimo, Carrathool, Clare, Cobramunga, Coleambally, Conargo, Coomealla, Corbie Hill, Coree, Corrong, Cudgel, Cunninyeuk, Curlwaa, Dareton, Darlington Point, Deniliquin, Dhuragoon, Dilpurra, Ellerslie, Erigolia, Euroley, Euston, Finley, Gala Vale, Gogeldrie, Gol Gol, Gonn, Goodnight, Goolgowi, Griffith, Gunbar, Hanwood, Hartwood, Hatfield, Hay, Hay South, Hillston, Ivanhoe, Jerilderie, Keri Keri, Kooba, Koraleigh, Kyalite, Lake Brewster, Lake Wyangan, Lalalty, Leeton, Lindifferon, Logie Brae, Mabins Well, Mairjimmy, Mallan, Mallee, Marjimmy, Mathoura, Maude, Mayrung, Melbergen, Mellool, Merriwagga, Merungle Hill, Moama, Monak, Monia Gap, Moolpa, Moonbria, Moorara, Morago, Mossgiel, Moulamein, Mourquong, Mulwala, Mungo, Murrami, Murray Downs, Myall Park, Myrtle Park, Naradhan, Nericon, Niemur, Noorong, Nyora, Oaklands, One Tree, Oxley, Pan Ban, Para, Paringi, Pine Camp, Pine Lodge, Pomona, Pooncarie, Pretty Pine, Rankins Springs, Roto, Rufus, Savernake, Scotia, Speewa, Stanbridge, Steam Plains, Stony Crossing, Stud Park, Tabbita, Tantonan, Tharbogang, Thule, Thyra, Tocumwal, Tooleybuc, Tooranie, Trentham Cliffs, Tullakool, Tuppal, Wakool, Wallanthery, Wandook, Wanganella, Warburn, Warragoon, Warrawidgee, Waugorah, Wentworth, Wetuppa, Whitton, Widgelli, Willbriggie, Willurah, Womboota, Yanco, Yanga, Yenda, Yoogali.
Postcodes: 2646, 2647, 2648, 2652, 2665, 2669, 2675, 2680, 2681, 2700, 2703, 2705, 2706, 2707, 2710, 2711, 2712, 2713, 2714, 2715, 2716, 2717, 2731, 2732, 2733, 2734, 2735, 2736, 2737, 2738, 2739, 2878, 3585, 3586, 3644
Area: 110699.02 square kilometres
The Parliament of New South Wales acknowledges and respects the traditional lands of all Aboriginal people, and pays respects to all Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Gadigal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Parliament of New South Wales stands.