Wide open spaces, rugged rocks, sandy plains with mirages, deep-blue skies, diverse wildlife, unique pubs and historical places await you in the Outback New South Wales.
But wait! The far northwest of NSW is not all red earth and dust!
The majestic Darling, Australia's third largest river, meanders through Outback NSW on its way to meet the Murray river in Wentworth. So don't forget your fishing rod when you head out there!
Several national parks and nature reserves wait to be explored by the keen bushwalker.
Discover Aboriginal cave art, stunning features of nature, historic homesteads and sheering sheds.
Finally, the northwestern most areas that border Queensland and South Australia, also known as Corner Country, offer the deepest red earth the Australian Outback is famous for.
Come on! Pack your car and discover a stunning region.
Outback New South Wales can be easily reached on major highways from the east coast. Bourke, Broken Hill, Silverton, Menindee, Cobar & Wilcannia... drive on good bitumen roads to these unique cities & towns.
Outback NSW has a lot in store for adventurous folks and also for those who prefer a little comfort during their travels. You will enjoy it!
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I've been lucky to travel in Outback New South Wales after decent rainfalls. The wildflowers and the fresh green were a beautiful sight.