DemographicsNerrigundah is approximately 169.76 square kilometres. In 2016 the population of Nerrigundah was 25. The population is 54% male and 46% female. On average the monthly mortgage repayments in Nerrigundah are $0 to $299. The most common weekly income bracket is $1250 to $1499 per week. Weekly rents in the area are on average $0 to $74.
DescriptionNerrigundah is a small village on the Eurobodalla Nature Coast in south eastern New South Wales. Situated at the head of the Tuross River Valley, Nerrigundah is nineteen kilometres inland from Bodalla. At the 2006 census, Nerrigundah had a population of 100 people. The place name of Nerrigundah is derived from an aboriginal word for 'camp where edible berries grow'. Nerrigundah and its valley were used as a cattle run by Thomas Mort of Bodalla prior to the discovery of gold on 23 December 1860 by George Cook, Joseph Goodenough and William Crouch. The discovery of gold was recorded at the office of the Gold Commissioner at Braidwood, New South Wales on 2 January 1861.