Darlington Point

Darlington Point is a small town on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in the Riverina district of western New South Wales. Darlington Point is 631 km west of Sydney and 33 km south of Griffith.
It is part of the Murrumbidgee Shire local government area. 

The township centre is four kilometres from the Sturt Highway, along the Kidman Way. 

In 2001, it had an estimated population of 993.

The town is a popular spot for visitors due to its close proximity to the river – a very popular spot for camping and fishing. A recently opened zoo is proving to be a very popular spot with tourists, with a large, growing number of amimals on display.  

The town has a primary school, supermarket, newsagent, butchery, take away food, golf course, caravan park, pub and club.

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