The Berrigan Shire Council is a small rural community with a population exceeding 8,500. It is situated on the NSW/Victorian border and encompasses the four towns of Barooga, Berrigan, Finley and Tocumwal. Bordered by The Murray River, lush eucalyptus bushlands and vast agricultural fields, whilst also boasting some of the most magnificent sandy river inland beaches that Australia has to offer. The north of the Shire is predominantly agricultural with dry and irrigated farming ranging from grain, beef, sheep, orchards and vegetable crops, dairy and vineyards.