Burrumbuttock is a small village 32 km north-west of Albury onthe Albury-Urana Road.
The early settlement began in 1839 at the “Burrumbuttock Station” which was at that time 30,000 acres on both sides of an unfenced track stretching from Jindera Gap towards Walbundrie.
The present town has a number of buildings including a General Store and Post Office, Primary School, Farmers Inn Hotel established in 1880 and the Holy Cross Lutheran Church dedicated in 1877. It has a population of 150 people.
The Wirraminna Environmental Education Centre is a 4 ha area featuring a large dam constructed in 1902 by Chinese labourers. The wetlands, bush and landscaped are are linked by walking tracks and showcase a great diversity of notive plants and associated wildlife. The Centre has received international recognition.
Activites and Experiences at Burrumbuttock
- Sporting Facilities
- Takeaway Food
- Tennis Court
- Places of Worship
Nearest Airport: ALBURY