Experience Outback NSW and South-West Queensland by visiting some of the most iconic towns and destinations in the Australian Outback.
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Balranald is one of the major entry points to the Lake Mungo National Park and Yanga National Park.
Bourke is a wonderful town set beautifully on the banks of the Darling with lots for the visitor to do and see.
Broken Hill, known as ‘The Silver City’, is the largest centre in Outback NSW and is often referred to as “The Jewel of the Outback”. Located 1,160 km from Sydney,…
Dubbo is a wonderful country city which sits in the fertile Macquarie Valley, where the Newell, Mitchell and Golden highways meet.
Eromanga is famous on several counts, firstly for being the furthest town from the ocean in Australia and secondly for producing 60 million litres of oil per year.
Hay’s history is rich with tales of boom and bust – of isolation and innovation.
Ivanhoe is a small town with a big history located 200 km east of Menindee on the Cobb Highway. Located on the iconic Long Paddock touring route which stretches from…
Lake Mungo (and Mungo National Park) is a jewel of Outback NSW and is located about 1 hours drive from Wentworth and Mildura.
Home of the beautiful Black Opal, Lightning Ridge shows its varying colours depending on how you look at it.
The Darling River township of Louth (present population about 30), was established in 1859 when an Irishman named Mathews built a pub to cater for the passing land and river-boat trade.
“There was Harrison, who made his pile when Pardon won the cup….” so penned Banjo Paterson in the immortal poem ‘The Man from Snowy River’. The ‘Cup’ actually refers to…
Pooncarie, NSW, is a wonderful destination to connect with famous explorers Bourke and Will.
The town of Quilpie, in Outback Queensland, offers the visitor a range of experiences from fishing and picnicking at the Bulloo River to beautiful parks and nature reserves for the…
Thargomindah and the surrounding area offers wonderful National Parks, friendly farm stays and amazing geomorphology.
The most isolated town in NSW, Tibooburra is the ultimate destination of those travelling to the Corner Country and beyond.
Located on the western banks of the Darling River, the very welcoming town of Tilpa is a must for a stopover.