With five major highways intersecting at Goondiwindi, we are a gateway to the outback and natural access point to Queensland for most interstate travellers, making it easy for everyone to get here. The region is the centre of a vast agricultural and pastoral area, producing cotton, grain, wool, beef, lamb and pork. The largest urban centre is Goondiwindi with small towns at Inglewood and Texas. Smaller townships and villages are located at Bungunya, Talwood, Toobeah and Yelarbon which make our Goondiwindi Region. The Council area encompasses a total land area of about 19,300 square kilometres with the Queensland/New South Wales border as the southern boundary.

St Mary’s School is ever present in the Goondiwindi community and we pride ourselves for our community connections. We can be found supporting:

  • Goondiwinid Apex Eisteddfod
  • Macintyre Young Writers
  • Kaloma Aged Home Visits
  • Under 8's Day
  • ANZAC Day March
  • Rememberance Day Service
  • NAIDOC March
  • Goondiwindi Show