|Shire of Jerilderie|
Location of Jerilderie Shire in New South Wales
|State :||New South Wales|
|Dates and numbers|
|Area :||3,375 km²|
|Residents :||1,496 (2011)|
|Population density :||0.4 inhabitants per km²|
local government area (LGA) in the Australian state of New South Wales . The area was 3,375 km² and had the second smallest population of all LGAs in the state with about 1,500 at last. In 2016 the Murrumbigee Council got it on.The Jerilderie Shire was a
Jerilderie was located in the south of the state in the region around the Murray River about 450 km west of the Australian capital Canberra and 320 km north of Melbourne . The area comprised 31 hamlets and villages: Algudgerie, Argoon, Booroobanilly, Broome, Broughshane, Fairlie Grankge, Gala Vale, Jerliderie North, Kooringal, Logie Brae, Mabins Well, Mairjimmy, Neyliona, North Coree, North Yathong, Nyora, One Oak nOrth , Pooginook Merino stud, Soth Coree, Stud Park North, Wononga, Wood Park, Woodside, Wunnamurra, Yamma, Yanko, Yooroobla and parts of Berrigan, Bundure, Finley and Jerilderie. The seat of the Shire Council was in the village of Jerilderie in the center of the LGA, which now has about 800 inhabitants.
The Jerilderie Shire Council had nine members elected by the residents of the three wards (three each from A, B and C ward). These three districts were defined independently of the localities. The mayor of the council was also recruited from among the councilors.