Things to do
Every summer, Girgarre hosts the annual Moosic Muster, drawing people from across the state to the family friendly three-day event.
Every month, a farmers’ market is held at the town, as is a music get together called Jirgarre Jammin’. Both events also draw many visitors to Girgarre. To find out more go to http://girgarre.com.au/girgarre/
Girgarre is a small rural township south of Tongala. Its main industries are dairy and tomato production. The town was initially settled as an outstation of an early pastoralist in the area, before being subdivided for closer settlement in the early 1900s.
The district’s population is around 590, with a strong sporting community.
What's on in Girgarre
Girgarre Farmers Market
9 Apr 2017
With over 110 stalls, it provides visitors and locals alike
with the chance to sample the finest produce from the
Goulburn Valley region at the monthly Girgarre...
22 Apr 2017Come along to a monthly gathering in Girgarre for up to five
hours of playing, singing, sharing knowledge and catching
up. Open to all ages.
Jan Smith -
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