Manfred, New South Wales, Australia

🇦🇺 Manfred, near Balranald, NSW, Australia. Balranald is a town within the local government area of Balranald Shire, in the Riverina district of New South Wales, Australia.

The town of Balranald is located where the Sturt Highway crosses the Murrumbidgee River in a remote, semi-desert area. Although it is part of New South Wales, Balranald receives Victorian television stations, with a range of Sydney and Melbourne newspapers available. Balranald was featured heavily in 2010–2015 Australian tourism ads, displaying the natural flora of the region with over 30 subspecies of shrubs native to Balranald and its surrounds.

Balranald is located in Mutthi Mutthi traditional country. The area has a long history before non-indigenous settlement and a strong indigenous culture continues to this day.

Agriculture Agricultural activities in the Balranald district include sheep farming, woodcutting, charcoal production and some areas of irrigated crop-growing along the rivers.

Balranald, New South Wales 
Balranald, New South Wales
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Manfred has a population of over 1,159 people. Manfred also forms part of the wider Riverina region which has a population of over 282,501 people. For the location of Manfred see: Balranald.

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