The town of Boggabilla
Boggabilla has a Population of 647.
Home to the famous "Wobbly Boot" Hotel, Boggabilla lies just below the Queensland border, 13km south of Goondiwindi and 115km north of Moree on the Newell Highway. With a population of approximately 650 people, 58% of residents identify as Indigenous being part of the Kamilaroi tribe of the Plains. The name Boggabilla is derived from the Gamilaraay language and literally means "full of creeks". The rich, fertile soil is ideally suited to agriculture with cotton, broadacre crops, sheep and beef cattle being the primary industries. Many locals find employment through agriculture in the area whilst other residents commute to Goondiwindi for work.