Located 500kms North North West of Sydney and 560kms South West of Brisbane, Narrabri is a town with wonderful facilities and opportunities. Narrabri (Aboriginal meaning – Forked Waters) with a population of 7436, had the honour of being named “The Sportiest Town in Australia” (2001 – The Today Show), and offers a host of recreational facilities, including an Olympic Pool, 18 hole golf course, bowling club, tennis courts, camping and aquatic retreats.

The Namoi River runs through the centre of town and there are many lovely places to rest on the banks of the river. Narrabri is situated at the foothills of the Nandewar Ranges and is a strong agricultural area. The main agricultural production is cotton, wheat, sorghum, various grains, sheep and cattle. The rich, black soil of the Namoi River Valley supports a diversity of agricultural activities, but cotton is by far the district’s major industry.