Jerilderie is a town in the southern Riverina region of New South Wales and is the largest town in the Murrumbidgee Council local government area. Famous for its connection to Ned Kelly, Jerilderie is reputedly the only town in New South Wales that had its local bank robbed by the Kelly Gang.
RV travellers looking to explore the rich history of this town will find parking at the Ashton St and Bolton St Campgrounds. Travellers can stay at the campgrounds free of charge for a negotiated length of time. No facilities are available at these sites, however pets on leads are permitted. Potable water can be located at Luke Park, and a dump point is available for use on Conargo Rd next to the church.
Begin your historical adventure of Jerilderie with a self-guided tour of the Ned Kelly Raid Trail of 1879 and discover how the Kelly Gang held up the town. After a busy day soaking in the history of the region, take a stroll around Lake Jerilderie or enjoy a bush tucker walk along the Billabong Creek.
Tourist/Visitor Information Centre
Sticky Fingers Candy Shop
63 Jerilderie Rd, Jerilderie
Ph: 0448 878 597
Casual Parking (near retail centre)
Powell St adjacent to Lake Jerilderie or at the back of the bakery.
Short & Long Term Parking
Ashton St and Bolton St Campgrounds. Negotiable stay limit, nil charge, pets welcome on lead, no facilities
Conargo Rd, next to church
Luke Park near the shed (Powell St) at the lake end.
Cnr Newell Hwy & Conargo St, Ph: 03 5886 1300
65 Mahonga St, Ph: 03 5886 1520
Nearest dentist is at Finley 30km south
58 Jerilderie St, Ph: 03 5886 0777
75 Jerilderie St, Ph: 03 5886 1577