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Burren Junction is a hamlet (population 276 in 2016) in Far West region of New South Wales in Australia.

Burren Junction is in the Walgett Shire Local Government Area.


Burren Junction started as a railway encampment in 1902.

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Get in[edit]

Although there is a railway line, you will only be travelling on it if you're a shipment of wheat. There is an airstrip at Burren Junction Airport, but no scheduled flights.

By road[edit]

Get around[edit]

Map of Burren Junction



  • 1 Bore Baths. Seasonal opening, closed in summer. Artesian bore at a constant 41.5 degrees C. The bore was sunk in 1921.






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