Outback Tours and Attractions

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.

Shear Outback

Catch the action and legends of Australia’s shearers!

Cnr. Sturt & Cobb Hay

John Murray Art Gallery

Australian outback art with a sense of humour!

8 Opal Street Lightning Ridge

Heritage Trail

Various trails around White Cliffs

See your nearest tourist outlet. White Cliffs

Big Golden Guitar Tourist Centre

Discover Country Music’s Gallery of the Stars

New England Highway Tamworth

Ivanhoe Tourist Information

Visitor Information for Ivanhoe and surrounding areas.

c/o Post Office, Columbus St Ivanhoe

Paroo-Darling National Park

Photo courtesy of DECC, photographed by P.Seager

60km east of Wilcannia and 20km east of White Cliffs Wilcannia

Murals Historic Hydro Motor Inn

Famous murals in the bar of the Historic Hydro

Chelmsford Place Leeton

Sturt National Park

Photo courtesy of DECC, Photograph by M Sutcliffe

330km north of Broken Hill and 430km west of Bourke Tibooburra

Mutawintji National Park

A special place

Mutawintji Rd, 130km north-east of Broken Hill Broken Hill