Popular for aviation, gliding and hot air ballooning, Temora is located less than an hour from Wagga Wagga.
Temora is a 420 km (4 hr 30 min drive) south west of Sydney and just under an hour drive from the major regional centre of Wagga Wagga.
Temora is surrounded by rich agricultural areas that produce wheat, canola, cereals, wool and honey. By contrast Temora is also known for the Temora Aviation Museum housing one of the world’s best collections of flying vintage warplanes.
The closest airport is Wagga Wagga Airport, about an hour drive from Temora. Regional Express (Rex) and QantasLink offer flights from Wagga Wagga to Sydney and Melbourne.
Countrylink trains operate daily from Sydney and Melbourne to Cootamundra train station where they are met by a connecting bus service to transport passengers to Temora.
More than 4500 people live in Temora – the median age of residents is 47 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up 2% of the population.
Temora Health Service is a 34-bed public hospital delivering maternity, surgical, and aged care services. Community health services including physiotherapy, mental health and transitional care delivered by local staff with extra services provided by visiting staff.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station in Temora.