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Boro is an official locality, although in reality a rural area, of New South Wales, Australia in the Queanbeyan-Palerang Region, near the village of Tarago, about 50 km south of Goulburn. The name is a variation of the Aboriginal bora ring. At the 2016 census, it had a population of 94.
Boro Creek is a tributary of the Shoalhaven River.
The bushranger, William Westwood, known as "Jackey Jackey", operated in the area.
Silver was mined in the area and there are a number of mining relics and shafts around.