Barham is a town in the western part of My Riverina, in New South Wales.
You’ll find Barham on the banks of the Murray River across from Koondrook in Victoria.
The town itself is a long way from our capital cities, being 823 kilometres south west of Sydney, and 303 kilometres northwest of Melbourne.
The major industries in and around Barham are agriculture, including dairying and citrus, and forestry.
Like much of the southern Riverina, the town is attuned culturally to Victoria, reading Victorian newspapers and watching Victorian television channels.
The most popular team sport is Australian rules football, with Barham competing in the Central Murray Football League, which spans across the river.
When you are looking for farm fresh, green produce, and products made with regional knowhow, Barham demands your attention on the My Riverina site.
More about the Riverina
Read more about the Riverina NSW here.