Laggan was named by Donald MacPherson in 1838 after his boyhood home village. Once host to bushrangers, troopers, pubs and a grain mill, Laggan is now a peaceful hamlet with a warm heart…
During the mid-1800s, Laggan was an important stopping point on the main road between Goulburn and the goldfields of Tuena with mining equipment heading north and gold heading south.
These days visitors can still enjoy the unspoiled mountain views and modern restaurants and accommodation ensure that it remains a great place for the weary traveller to stop and revive.
Every 3rd Saturday of the month, the Laggan Memorial Hall hosts the Laggan Village Markets that boasts a wide array of goods from home baked cakes to plants and an impressive range of gift items.



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