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Jingellic, NSW

Jingellic is a pretty little town situated on the New South Wales side of the Murray River.

Jingellic has a well used and well kept camping ground on the banks of the River, just below the Bridge Hotel. The hotel has amenities to use as well as a restaurant.


Jingellic is the perfect place to catch a legendary Murray Cod. Some of the most beautiful Upper Murray vistas are to be found in the Jingellic district. The road running east along the river boasts incredible river and snow capped mountain views. Canoeing is a treat and so is “border hopping” to Walwa and Tintaldra on the Victorian side of the river.

Nearest Airport: Albury

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Popular Activities

  • Winery

About Jingellic

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Jingellic Postcode: 2642
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Snowy Mountains
  • Latitude: -35.92561
  • Longitude: 147.69994
  • Elevation: 225m
  • Population: 61
  • Median Income: $34424
  • Area (Sq/km): 151.071
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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