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Taroom Pioneers Memorial
Taroom Pioneers Memorial

Photographs supplied by Diane Watson
A monument commemorates the early residents of Taroom.

Early settlers to Taroom came from the New England and Hunter River areas of New South Wales, and took up land in 1845, only one year after the explorer Leichhardt travelled through on his epic journey north. At first the settlers tried to graze sheep, but soon cattle grazing became the main industry, with grain growing and timber becoming important as well.


Address:Leichhardt Highway, Taroom, 4420
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -25.638611
Long: 149.805
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Landscape


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 17th June, 1988
Front Inscription

This plaque was commissioned by yhe Taroom & District Historical Society & the Leichhardt Villa Landscaping Committee

To honour the early residents of Taroom and was unveiled by Councillor Doug Adam on June 17th 1988

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Source: MA
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