Biniguy is a suburban community in the local government area of Moree Plains Shire in New South Wales. Part of the town’s history includes the opening of a railroad station in February 1900. The line was functional before stopping passenger service in December 1985. It was in 1994 that the line was officially closed. One of the transportation modes used in the area today involves public coach services.
The town’s local economy mainly depends on agriculture. The industry is also the main source of employment amongst locals. Based on 2011 census data, more than 92% of Biniguy’s local population was born in Australia.