Discover the Inverell Shire
Inverell is a thriving commercial and service centre set in a diverse farming, grazing and mining area. The Central Business District (CBD) is interesting, innovative and unique. Inverell Shire Council had the vision and produced an aesthetically pleasing, friendly and free flowing
streetscape with roundabouts displaying attractive flowerbeds and classic central lighting.
Inverell is located on the Macintyre River
INVERELL SHIRE STATISTICS
Region Population: 17,853 residents
Inverell Population: 9,654 residents
Median House Price: $383,000
Median House Rental: $360
Median Flat or Unit Rental: $300
Top Three Occupation Groups:
- Community and Personal Service Workers
Top Three Employment Sectors:
- Health Care and Social Assistance
- Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
- Education and Training
Australian Bureau of Statistics - Inverell Shire 2023, Inverell 2021 and NSW Department of Communities and Justice Rent and Sales Report for the Quarters ending June 2023 for sales, and September 2023 for rentals.
Tingha village provides room to create your own space
Inverell has a vibrant shopping district
Inverell’s boutique shopping district has become a thriving destination for even the most discerning shopper. The range on offer caters for all styles and tastes at very competitive prices. This together with genuine country hospitality ensures that customers return time and time again.
Non metered on and off street parking allows visitors and residents alike, ease of parking in close proximity to all stores and services in the CBD. A modern 160-seat theatre complex with
an outdoor café adds a cosmopolitan air to the town. Coffee shops, restaurants and take away shops throughout the town cater for every taste. Tokeep healthy and look great there are hairdressing salons, beauty salons, natural therapy centres, lifestyle and martial arts centres and gymnasiums.
INVERELL SHIRE CLIMATE
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Inverell has one of the most productive and diverse livestock industries in New South Wales producing a number of beef export quality breeds. Inverell is a major producer of stud rams,
high quality fine wool sheep and first class prime lambs. Inverell has a rapidly growing prime lamb industry producing high quality first cross and second cross lambs for breeding and prime markets.
This area has large water resources with storage in Copeton Dam, near Inverell, with a capacity of 1,361,500 megalitres and Pindari Dam, near Ashford, with a capacity of 312,000 megalitres. This valuable water resource is used primarily for irrigation to the western area of the State.
Inverell draws its water from Copeton Dam, which, when full is three times larger than Sydney Harbour. Council’s treatment plant is capable of providing fluoridated water to the National Health and Medical Research Centre standard for drinking water, for a population of 17,500 people at peak demand. The Council also provides water to the villages of Tingha, Gilgai,
Ashford, Delungra and Yetman.
TRANSPORT IN THE INVERELL SHIRE
Driving from Inverell to:
Sydney - 578km in 6 hours and 40 Minutes
Brisbane - 430km in 5 hours
Education in the Inverell Shire
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Recreation in the Inverell Shire
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Employment Opportunities in the Inverell Shire
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Would you like to know more about the Inverell Shire?
You can find out more on the Inverell Shire Tourism website or the Inverell Shire Council website or contact them for further information on 02 6728 8288 or by email at email@example.com