Murrumburrah is a township in New South Wales, Australia, part of a twin town with Harden. The town is in Hilltops Council local government area in the South West Slopes area of NSW. It is on the Burley Griffin Way, the major link from the Riverina to the Hume Highway near Yass, and ultimately Sydney, Canberra and the coast. At the 2011 census, Murrumburrah had a population of 479.
The name probably comes from Wiradhuri murrimboola, which can reasonably be translated to "two waterholes".