A small town under the local government area of Narromine Shire in the Central West region of New South Wales, Trangie is situated 7.9 kilometres west of Dubbo, 33.9 kilometres southeast of Narromine and 467 kilometres northwest of Sydney. During the mid 1800s, travel areas to the west of Dubbo were typically routed following the rivers to ensure drinking spots for horses and bullock herds. When a railway passing through Nyngan was constructed, a small siding was also built, which eventually became part of the Trangie Station. The station master and a few people were the only settlers in the area until John Campbell arrived in July 1883 with his family and built the first hotel. Other settlers eventually followed and established businesses in the area. Today, Trangie is a predominantly agricultural rural community that also takes pride in serving as a stopover for travellers heading further west.
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