The Western Local Land Service region is the largest in NSW, covering 314,500 km² or 40 per cent of the state. It is larger than Victoria and Tasmania combined. Despite its size, it is the least densely populated region, with a population of approximately 42,873 people (18,500 of whom live in the city of Broken Hill).
Fuss over a fussy bird — Plains-wanderer information day (Mossgiel)
This information day will provide information on what is the Plains-wanderer, where does it like to live, what is being ...View event
Mossgiel Field Day
We are looking forward to partnering with Western Landcare to attend the bi-annual Mossgiel Field Day which is a great c...View event
Agfair (Broken Hill)
Agfair is traditionally one of the biggest events in the Western region and one we always enjoy being involved in. We w...View event
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Landholders have a great opportunity to meet with a number of the Professional Wild Dog Controllers (PWDC) who will be working wit...
Western Local Land Services is reminding landholders of their legal obligation to have a permit for stock on Travelling Stock Rese...