Woodenbong is a rural village in the Kyogle
Shire of northern New South Wales. It
Woodenbong is situated 10 km south of the
Queensland border and five kilometres south
of the junction of the Summerland Way and the
Mount Lindesay Road, which leads to Legume
and eventually Tenterfield. At the 2006 census,
Woodenbong had a population of 332.
Woodenbong is home to Woodenbong Central
School, a Kindergarten - Year 12 central school,
that serves as the common education centre
for Woodenbong, as well as surrounding towns,
Urbenville and Muli Muli. Woodenbong Central
School has played host on numerous occasions
to sporting events held between other rural
New South Wales towns.
Woodenbong is 798 km north-east of Sydney,
145 km from Brisbane and 60 km north-
west of Kyogle.
Dairy farming and cattle grazing are the two
main industries. Woodenbong is a very
picturesque town nestled among mountains
and valleys. A number of National Parks are
close to Woodenbong, some of which
are declared World Heritage areas.