Kalangadoo is in the heart of redgum country. The area was originally proclaimed as Kalangadoo East in 1891, and the name changed to Kalangadoo in 1940. The town consists of a general store, a general merchant, a pub and a disused railway station. Pine Forestry is the main local industry.
The Kalangadoo hotel is one of only four remaining businesses in the town is breathing a sigh of relief after the shrinking town’s hotel landlord assured locals the pub would stay open, despite its manager of five years vacating the business last week after a long-term financial struggle.
If traveling nearby a trip to the hotel for refreshment would be appreciated.