Jerilderie is a town in the southern Riverina region, the home of the biannual Ned Kelly weekend, had 1,070 people, two establishments about three kilometres, has a diverse number of crops. Overview Jerilderie is an irrigated farming centre, the area. The Ned Kelly Songwriting Awards was a feature of the 2010 event. Steel Wings Windmill The Jerilderie Shire Council have rare windmills of unusual design. The windmill was produced by the Steel Wings Company in North Sydney. People Ned Kelly Jerilderie was visited by Ned Kelly. Sir John Monash Jerilderie is the childhood home of Sir John Monash. Billy Brownless Jerilderie is the childhood home of former AFL Geelong player Billy Brownless. The Jerilderie district originated with the gazettal of the final licences. William Davidson constructed a brick kiln, the bricks. Area was introduced to official, local Government with the proclamation in 1889. Jerilderie Shire was dissolved to form part of the new Murrumbidgee Council in 2016.
Town in the southern Riverina region, Home of the biannual Ned Kelly weekend, Irrigated farming centre, Area, Childhood home of Sir John Monash, Childhood home of former AFL Geelong player Billy Brownless