New South Wales
From the lush farming land of Griffith and The Riverina to the dusty harshness of the states most famous outback town of Broken Hill, New South Wales is a state of contrasts. Producing some of Australia’s best wines alongside rustic outback artwork and spellbinding landscapes, outback New South Wales is a must to explore.
Saturday, June 9, 2012
The Henry Lawson Heritage Festival takes place on the June long weekend, and is sure to have something of interest for everyone.
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Part of Corner Country
The Milparinka Gymkhana is a family fun day packed full of outback events throughout the day with live music in the evening.
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Celebrate the culture and character of Lightning Ridge’s Opal Festival on the last weekend in July.
PO Box 638 Lightning Ridge NSW Lightning Ridge
Saturday, August 4, 2012
The Nyngan Ag Expo showcases livestock, crafts, clothing, computers, education, government services, heavy machinery exhibits and all things in between!
Nyngan Showgrounds Hoskins street Nyngan
Saturday, August 18, 2012
The Walgett Rodeo boasts an impressive range of events including explosive bull riding, spectacular steer wrestling, a Campdraft, Gymkhana, and for the kids a Junior Rodeo and Poddy Riding competition.
Alana Douglas Walgett