Welcome to Dirranbandi
Southwest of St George, Dirranbandi is a small country town that comes alive through the cotton harvest months. If you have heard of the famous Cubbie Station, then you will be interested to know that the largest irrigated cotton farm in the southern hemisphere is only a stone’s throw away from this small town. As you drive into Dirranbandi, you’ll pass by the town’s levee bank which is famous for having saved the town from flooding on more than one occasion.
Things to see & do in Dirranbandi
Dirranbandi marks the end of the South West rail line and was the destination of the very last mail train to operate in Australia. On a visit to Railway Park, you’ll find the old waiting room, the original parcels office and the 1913 Station Master’s residence, which is now the Dirranbandi Rural Transaction Centre.Read More
In memory of all who fought in the Great War 1914 – 1918 and their horses who could not come home. The Charge of Beersheba took place at dusk on 31 October 1917 and is remembered as the last great cavalry charge. The intention was to capture intact the water supply of the Beersheba wells…Read More
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Accommodation in Dirranbandi
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