The Riverina and Murray Regional Organisation of Councils currently represents the interests of 14 member councils in Southern NSW and comprises two sub-regions.
Murray Region extends from Albury City west to Wentworth Shire, and the Western Riverina region from Narrandera in the east to Carrathool Shire in the west, and includes the regional City of Griffith.
Two waste groups encompassing the Murray and Western Riverina regions operate under the RAMROC banner.
Overall, RAMROC region has an area of 126,595 sq km with a population of 168,643.
Its principal population centres are Albury, 53,000, and Griffith, 26,000, with the remainder a mix of regional centres, medium-sized towns and urban shires, through to rural shires large in area but small in population.
The region encompasses the Murray, Murrumbidgee, Lower Murray-Darling and Lachlan Valley catchment areas.
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