Thurgoona, New South Wales
Albury, New South Wales
|Population||6,160 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Albury|
It is the site of one of the campuses of Charles Sturt University. Originally a secondary campus created as an expansion of the Albury city campus, the campus of Charles Sturt University in Thurgoona is now the primary location, with most classes and facilities moving to this location during 2009/2010. A new Dentistry and Oral Health facility was also completed in late 2010.
Thurgoona Post Office opened on 1 January 1874, closing in 1961.
In March 2010 Thurgoona saw the opening of a new Thurgoona Plaza, with Woolworths, a Hume Bank branch and many other new shops. New shops include a tandoori restaurant, hair dressing salon, pizza shop, pharmacy, butcher, bakery, two cafés and a take away store.
Thurgoona is a fast-growing suburb, which has been built based on separate estates. These include St. Hilaire, Corrys Wood, St. Johns Hill, Thurgoona Park, Mitchell Park, St. Johns Green, Huntingdale, Spring Park, The Elms and Fairway Gardens.
Thurgoona's schools include: Thurgoona Public School (est.1862), Border Christian College and Trinity Anglican College.
In late 2015, a local resident took a photograph of a giant goanna scaling the wall of his house. The photograph was featured in national media 
At the 2011 Census, the population of Thurgoona was 6,160. The most common religion was Catholic, followed by Anglican, and the average weekly household income was $1,511, above the Australian average of $1,234. The median age was 31 below the national average of 37.
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- 2011 Census QuickStats - Thurgoona
- Premier Postal History, Post Office List, retrieved 2008-04-11
- Giant lizard gives Australian man a fright – then a photo op,
- 2011 Census QuickStats : Thurgoona,
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