Wanganella is a small isolated rural district found on the busy Cobb Highway, between Deniliquin (44 Kilometres - South ), Hay (79 Kilometres - North) and Moulamein (84 Kilometres - West).
Wanganella is located in the Southern Riverina, predominantly known for the foundation of the Peppin Merino Sheep bloodlines which is famous throughout Australia. Wool, rice, cereals and livestock are produced by the farming community.
Approximately 150 residents live in the district. The Wanganella & District Advancement Committee (formerly Wanganella Tidy Towns Committee) is a community based, not-for-profit organisation run entirely by local volunteers. Its objectives are to provide and encourage participation in social, educational and community building opportunities for residents in the local and neighbouring districts.
Community Hall Facility - This project is supported by funding from the Australian Government under its Regional Partnerships Programme, the Community and Conargo Shire Council.
This new facility has replaced the old hall that was over 90 years old.
The new facilities is functional year round and provides a comfortable, safe location with amenties suitable for all members of the public.