Located on the Bogan River in Western NSW, Bogan Shire is one of the state's most productive agricultural areas for wool, cattle and cropping enterprises.

The Shire has an estimated population of 3076 with the main town of Nyngan providing access to a great range of services including an established network of medical services and amenities, educational facilities ranging from pre-school to tertiary, a range of accommodation options and a good selection of entertainment and dining options. Located at the junction of the Mitchell and Barrier Highways, Nyngan offers a relaxed country lifestyle with excellent recreational and sporting facilities including bowls, golf, tennis, dancing, swimming, rugby union, rugby league, touch football, cricket, netball, fishing, soccer, little athletics and pony club.


Public Notices

  • September 13, 2021

    ROAD CONDITION REPORT - Monday 13th of September 2021 –12.00 noon

    Bogan Shire Council wishes to advise the travelling public that individual rural roads across Bogan Shire are open, however, please refer to the attached listing for EXCEPTIONS to individual roads which are OPEN TO LIGHT VEHICLES OR MAY STILL REMAIN CLOSED.…
  • September 09, 2021

    MAYOR’S MINUTE 09/09/2021

    At the time of writing this column (Monday 6 September), our community appears to have escaped any Covid infections from the positive Delta illegal visitors who were in town a couple of weeks ago. The fact that this has been the only active case, since the…
  • August 12, 2021

    MAYOR’S MINUTE 12/08/2021

    Olympic Rowing Gold Medallist Jack Hargreaves is currently quarantining with other members of the Australian Olympic Team in Darwin after returning from Tokyo. He hopes to then travel home to Nyngan and at this stage be with his parents from the 15th to 18th…
  • July 02, 2021


    With increased circulation of the highly transmissible Delta variant of COVID-19 in NSW, Bogan Shire Medical Centre has implemented the following infection control measures to protect our patients, staff and community: The front door remains locked whilst the…
  • Jun 03, 2021

    MAYOR’S MINUTE 03.06.2021

    After last Thursday’s Council Meeting we have written to the Deputy Premier, John…
  • May 06, 2021

    MAYOR’S MINUTE 06.05.2021

    April finished up with a lot of local activity that warrants some reflection.…
  • Apr 22, 2021

    MAYOR’S MINUTE 22.04.2021

    Council held a Budget Workshop earlier this month to look at a draft budget for 2021/22…
  • Apr 08, 2021

    MAYOR’S MINUTE 08.04.2021

    Council had the pleasure of conducting a Citizenship Ceremony at our March meeting where…

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