The start of the outback safari. When you get to Gilgandra and further on in the bush, it is here you start seeing native animals synonymous with the Australian outback.
Tours & Attractions
The Netherlands of the Outback
Gilgandra was once known for a skyline dotted with windmills. Nowadays, it is probably best known as being the starting point of the famous World War 1 recruitment drive - the Coo-ee March. They bred them tough in the bush and there are many memorials to remember those who were courageous and fought selflessly in the war.
The start of the outback safari
When you get to Gilgandra and further on in the bush, it is here you start seeing native animals synomous with the Australian outback. Gawky looking emus, fighting red kangaroos, and the famous galahs make the journey an edge of your seat ride through a natural wonderland.
- Medical Centre
- Dump Point
- Mechanical Repairs