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Picture relating to Tarago - titled 'The LOADED DOG Hotel Tarago NSW'
Picture relating to Overland Corner - titled 'Overland Corner'
Picture relating to Abner Range - titled 'Abner Range'
Picture relating to Kennedy Developmental Road - titled 'Kennedy Developmental Road'
Picture relating to Tibooburra - titled 'Tibooburra'
Picture relating to Milparinka - titled 'Milparinka'
Picture relating to Milparinka - titled 'Milparinka'
Picture relating to Umberumberka Creek - titled 'Umberumberka Creek'
Picture relating to Albury - titled 'Albury'
Picture relating to Gundagai - titled 'Gundagai'

The LOADED DOG Hotel Tarago NSW

contributed by Bluedog, taken on 20 June 2002
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Situated in rural Tarago NSW since 1848 and named after Henry Lawsons famous story,
The Loaded Dog Hotel boasts a historic bar where patrons meet for drinks, live music and great food. The village of Tarago and it's sister village Lake Bathurst are situated on the Southern Tablelands of NSW, Australia approximately 75kms from Canberra and 27kms from Goulburn, on the Eastern side of Lake George. Tarago, was the local Aboriginal word for country, or possibly 'a place between two bodies of water', and Lake Bathurst, both village and lake were so named after the Secretary of State to the Colonies, Earl Bathurst. Both villages were officially founded in 1827, although the Lake, itself, was named by James Meehan in 1819.