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Tallong is a little corner of paradise in the Southern Tablelands of NSW.

Its bucolic beauty stretches from the Hume Motorway at Marulan down the steep ravine of the Shoalhaven escarpment to the west on the outside elbow point known as the Tallong Bend.

The Tallong district extends north as far as Wingello in the Wingecarribee Shire.

Before European settlement, the Tallong area was home to the Wodi Wodi people whose country went from the Illawarra coast inland to Marulan and south to the Shoalhaven Gorge and north to the Cataract and Cordeaux Rivers.

The Aboriginal name Tallong means tongue of land or place of running water.

This website contains links to local history as well as details of community groups like the Focus Group, the Rural Fire Service, the Tallong Public School, and activities such as the annual Tallong Apple Day Festival, the development of the Tallong village and the Tallong residential park.

For a movie about Tallong please click the link below

Our email contact is: secretary@tallong.com.au

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