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BOGGABRI DROVERS CAMPFIRE THROWN LIFELINE

The Boggabri Drover’s Campfire has received a funding boost, handed just under $28,000 from the state government to cover the next three years.

The annual five-day event brings caravan lovers together to share their love of the land.

The funding aims to expand the event and attract even more visitors to the region.

This year’s campfire will begin on April 26.

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