Namoi Calendar

Events coming Up Across the Namoi Region

1

Jul

2019

Maritime Museum Outdoor Shipping Container Exhibition

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15

Jul

2019

Traveling Suitcase Exhibition at the Narrabri Art and Craft Gallery

The Travelling Suitcase will be showing in the Gallery from 15th to 31st July. Titled "Black &White Plus". Gold coin entry. More Information at 

https://www.facebook.com/NarrabriArtCraft/

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24

Jul

2019

Lightening Ridge Opal Festival

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25

Jul

2019

Fish Mongrels in town every week Thursday

FRESH SEAFOOD DIRECT FROM SYDNEY FISH MARKETS

 If you have any enquiries or wish to place an order please TEXT OR PHONE CHRIS ON 0419803196. Unfortunately NO ORDERS THROUGH FACEBOOK OR MESSENGER will be accepted.


Narrabri (Cameron Park) – Thurs 9.30am-1pm (now located on other side under the bridge)
Wee Waa (Post Office) – Thurs 2pm-5.30pm
 

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25

Jul

2019

Narrabri Bowling Club Pool Comp

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25

Jul

2019

Cotton powerhouse in the Namoi Valley now in play to go to Auction 25 July

A recent 'sea change' decision by Andrew and his wife Kim Revell to join the macadamia industry on the Far North Coast has put into play one of the Namoi Valley's top-performing cotton farms.

Wire Lagoon, a highly-developed irrigation farm of 738 hectares (1824ac), has been held by the Revell family for 16 years. 

On July 25, it will go to auction in Narrabri with Landmark Harcourts.

Andrew and Kim Revell originally bought their Alstonville macadamia farm as a diversification move, but they became so attracted to the area that they now plan to up stumps and relocate.

It wasn't an easy decision, as the Revell family has been part of the Wee Waa farming scene since 1970. 

It was at that time they moved to the Namoi Valley from Kununurra in Western Australia. 

Andrew's parents, David and Helen, originally orchardists at Box Hill (Victoria), had been among the first wave of farmers selected to take up irrigation blocks in 1962 on the Ord River Scheme. 

After seven pioneering years on the Ord, they were drawn to the new cotton growing area then opening up at Wee Waa, where they started sharefarming.

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