About The Koondrook and Barham Bridge Newspaper
As a border town, the newspaper covers both New South Wales and Victorian issues at a local level.
From Cohuna, Gannawarra, Kerang and Murrabit on the Victorian side, to Moulamein, Deniliquin, Caldwell, Wakool and Barham on the NSW side.
We produce a weekly Thursday edition, printed 50 weeks of the year.
Our aim is to inform, advocate for and celebrate the amazing work of our diverse and stoic community.
Our industries range from:
Agriculture- sheep, cattle, dairy, pigs, wheat, barley, rice, canola, oranges, grapefruit, avocados, hay, goats, buffalo, aquaculture;
Forestry- predominately red gum, value added products like bridge beams, flooring, fencing, furniture etc and bulk like firewood;
Manufacturing and Engineering services for mining, agriculture, food tech and much more.
Our nature based assets include but not limited to:
Gunbower Island Forest
Koondrook- Pericoota Forest
Campbells Island Forest
We are blessed to have an amazing team that love our regions and also have roots in our community.
Our opinions may be as diverse as our population, but we strive to treat all with the love and respect that all deserve.
All the best.