The historic village of Delegate is nestled among some of the finest grazing land in NSW and is surrounded by areas of natural beauty.
The history of the township goes back to 1832 and is the NSW town closest to the Black Allen line – the border between NSW and Victoria. The border was surveyed in 1871 or 1872 but not declared until 2006.
There is also a small shrine in the Delegate cemetery marking the site of the first place of worship on the Monaro, and at the southern end of town stands the red granite monument commemorating the historic Men from Snow River March in 1916. A little further on is the Early Settlers Hut, built in the 1820s.
The village is the ideal place to recharge your senses. Delegate has it all – history, tranquil beauty and majestic forests.