Temora (map) is a town and local government area (population circa 6,337). Situated in the western Riverina, Temora has a variety of agricultural and farming industries. It has the second largest honey producer in Australia and is the location for the Temora Aviation Museum. Temora began as a pastoral station in the mid nineteenth century. Gold was discovered later in the area, and a small village established. A railway line came to Temora in 1897.

Temora Shire incorporates the communities of Ariah Park, Bagdad, Bectric, Chellingston, Clear Hills, Combaning, Combaning South, Coolamon, Dinga Dinga, Gidginbung, Grogan, Mimosa, Mirrool, Narraburra, Pucawan, Quandary, Reefton, Sebastopol, Springdale, Tara, Temora, Trungley, Trungley Hall, Wallundry and Young.

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