Welcome to Outback Beds
Outback Beds, providers of quality Outback Accommodation, offer a wonderful way to travel through Outback Australia, (Outback NSW and up into SW Queensland), allowing the traveller to stay in unique and quality assured accommodation across a diverse range of iconic New South Wales & Queensland destinations.
From working sheep & cattle stations, organic farms, opal mining towns, Bed and Breakfasts, a little luxury, tranquil river campsites, self contained cottages, original eco-architecture, shearer's quarters and camel campouts....it's a true-blue outback adventure with the benefit of one of the best Outback accommodation networks in Australia. In a land of harsh environmental extremes, the clever people of the clever country sought to protect the way of life they love - living in the Outback of Australia.
Travel through Outback Australia:
The Outback Beds network of businesses offer Outback accommodation and allows you to experience these regions knowing that there is always a ‘friend’ ready to meet and greet you and ensure that you are never alone on your journey… Staying with the Outback Beds network means you're staying in the Outback with friends.
Where are we
Where are we? We’re in the “Outback Beds” Outback – stretching from Charleville and just south of Thargomindah in Queensland, meandering past Hungerford, down the Darling River and across to Lake Mungo and the Hay plains to Griffith. We are in the Opal country at Lightning Ridge, nestled in foothills of the Warrumbungle Range and the Silver City of Broken Hill. See us when you are having a zoo experience at Dubbo, or on your way through Walgett heading to the fish traps in Brewarrina.
Take the trip Back O Bourke to Wanaaring and beyond to the National Park of Tibooburra and through the dingo fence to Currawinya National Park. The Outback Beds community is dedicated to providing you with friendly Australian hospitality while you stay with them.
Where to Stay
Staying with the Outback Beds network allows you to experience working sheep & cattle stations, organic farms, heritage indulgence, B&B’s, tranquil river campsites, family farmstays, opal mining regions, self contained cottages, powered campsites, shearer’s quarters... even camel campouts. You will be well placed for a Zoo experience, horseriding adventures, tag-a-long 4WD tours, pottery and language lessons, sheep dog demonstrations, on the doorstep of Broken Hill's many fine art galleries, yabbying, canoeing, fishing, opal fossicking and exquisite dining experiences ... whether with your host family in their home, around a campfire or in well renowned restaurants.
The Outback Beds community is dedicated to providing you with friendly Australian hospitality while you stay with them.