Berrigan is a charming country township where historic buildings still tell the stories of yesteryear and vast productive lands stretch for miles. Meander along the main street in Berrigan and take some time to read the interpretive plaques that reveal the heritage highlights like the old post office building, Federal Hotel and Memorial Hall. The Berrigan Government Nature Reserve Tank Paddock is a local initiative that has created an enjoyable walking track through a regenerated indigenous landscape. It is a very peaceful spot for a stroll and is close to the Caravan Park and swimming pool. The first Rural Fire Service in NSW was in Berrigan and the community continues to thrive on the early volunteering spirit.
In early Spring the farmland around Berrigan turns vibrant yellow as the Canola bursts into flower and promises of the bountiful season to come. It is worth a drive on the backroads at this time of year to see this wonderful carpet of colour rolled out before you but be sure to bring your sunglasses!