Narromine is the last town encounted on the Barrier Highway when heading east. Narromine is a junction town for five different highway directions. And a nice town it is.
Narromine is derived from an aboriginal word for 'honey person'.
The first European to visit the district was John Oxley who traced the course of the Macquarie Rive in 1818.
The town of Narromine has produced several success stories; most recently sports personalities, Fast bowler Glenn McGrath.
Narromine is heavily involved in regional sport. As a result of Narromine’s proud sporting heroes this town has a great involvement in a number of different and varied sports. This focus will be an enduring positive for Narromine;