The Crookwell Gazette was first established and printed on October 3, 1885. It was also once known as "The Crookwell Gazette and Binda, Golspie, Cullen, Laggan, Peelwool, Taralga, Tuena and Wheeo Advertiser", and "The Crookwell Gazette and Settlers' Advocate".
Crookwell Gazette is a long serving, trusted news source, bringing our readers local news and sports with an emphasis on local events. We pride ourselves on accurate reporting and offer a range of topics and interests for our readers.
These days we deliver this news entirely online at www.crookwellgazette.com.au with a focus on the Upper Lachlan region which spans an area of the Great Dividing Range in the New South Wales Southern Tablelands and is bordered by the Abercrombie, Wollondilly and Lachlan rivers. Crookwell is a scenic rural two-and-a-half hour drive from Sydney and just over an hour north of Canberra.
The Crookwell Gazette website is an easy access online news service which covers local news and human interest stories as well as local sporting events and other community stories.
The website also enables us to offer even more news of the region, and further afield as it happens in a single, easily accessible location. You don't even need to leave your home to read the news.