Outback Towns

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.

Albury

Explore the twin towns of Albury and Wodonga where you can tantalise your tastebuds with mouth watering local...

Angledool

Full of history and early architecture Angledool is a step back in time with most buildings well over a...

Balranald

A riverfront oasis surrounded by saltbush and mallee plains, Balranald was the original settlement on the...

Baradine

With the ever growing interest in birdwatching, Baradine's location within the Pilliga State Forest and close...

Bathurst

Bathurst is a gracious and historical town with grand heritage buildings, parklands and tree-lined streets....

Boggabilla

Boggabilla is a bit of a thriller. As you pass through town, you will be on the edge of your seat waiting in...

Booligal

Home to the famous Booligal Sheep Races

Boomi

A small town in NW NSW renowned for its Hot Artesian Spa Pool

Bourke

Bourke conjures up images of "outback Australia". It is a must see for any Australian outback adventure....

Brewarrina

Located at the head of the Darling River, at the point where the Barwon River becomes the Darling, 'Bre', as...

Broken Hill

Explore the richness of the bush! Broken Hill is the largest regional centre in outback NSW and is famously...

Burren Junction

Home to the popular Burren Junction Bore Bath hot mineral-water pool and campground.

Byron Bay

Byron Bay is a beachside town located in the far-northeastern corner of the state of New South Wales,...

Cobar

Cobar is located about 8 hours drive from Sydney, in between Dubbo and Broken Hill on the cross roads of the...

Collarenebri

Unwind and relax - 'Colly' is great for a quiet camping getaway.

Coonabarabran

Coonabarabran is known to be the astronomy capital of Australia! Go stargazing with an expert in...

Coonamble

The town of Coonamble, like the river, looks like it does not show any great attraction, however when a...

Cowra

The town of Cowra is surrounded by farmland on the Lachlan River and lies among river flats, rolling hills...

Deniliquin

Green oasis on the edge of the outback. Located 760km south west of Sydney on the banks of the Edward River,...

Dubbo

The story of Dubbo is filled with tales of boom times and calamity, surging floods, infamous deeds and rough...

Forbes

Forbes Shire is located within the central western slopes of New South Wales with the town of Forbes as the...

Gilgandra

The start of the outback safari. When you get to Gilgandra and further on in the bush, it is here you start...

Glen Innes

Glen Innes is in the heart of country New South Wales You can savour the atmosphere of historic Glen Innes...

Griffith

Griffith is exciting and a great place to visit

Gulargambone

A little town with a big community heart....

Gulgong

Home to poet Henry Lawson and the Henry Lawson Heritage Festival, Gulgong is an old gold mining town full of...

Hay

Hay Hay its Saturday! To fully experience outback Australia, you need to get yourself along to...

Hillston

If you're travelling through New South Wales' Riverina this year, be sure to pack your swimsuit, because this...

Ivanhoe

Located 200 km east of Menindee on the Cobb Highway, Ivanhoe is a peaceful town with an array of visitor...

Jindabyne

The town overlooks Lake Jindabyne near the scenic Snowy Mountains and is affectionately thought of as ‘the...

Kempsey

Kempsey is a town on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales roughly 350 kilometres north of Sydney.

Leeton

In the heart of the Riverina

Lightning Ridge

Lightning Ridge is located in the heart of Australia's famous outback and is internationally renowned for...

Lithgow

Lithgow and surrounding villages abound with historic attractions both natural and man-made.

Louth

Louth is a small settlement on the banks of the Darling River, 132 km north of Cobar. Normally with a...

Menindee

Menindee the first town to be established along the Darling River, quickly became a port for the river...

Milparinka

Outback N.S.W old gold mining town - Part of Corner Country

Moree

Warm Winter Escape - Moree is a fantastic location if you want to experience nature's day spa - natural...

Mudgee

Mudgee is a town in the Cudgegong River valley in the central west of New South Wales.

Mungindi

Mungindi is the only town in Australia with town boundaries in 2 states.

Narrabri

Narrabri is nestled in the heart of the Namoi Valley about seven hours drive from Sydney and Brisbane. It is...

Narrandera

Narrandera is situated between the two major regional cities of Wagga and Griffith.

Narromine

Fancy a flight in an aeroplane, glider, or ultra-light? Narromine is internationally renowned for its...

Nyngan

Explore the outback wilderness. According to locals, Nyngan in the Bogan Shire is rich in bird life with...

Orange

History and culture in one place

Parkes

Being only four hours drive west of Sydney, Parkes makes for an ideal outback getaway.

Pilliga

Pilliga is a town with many attractions.

Rankins Springs

A small outback town in the Riverina region of New South Wales

Silverton

If you happen to be in Silverton in the evening, drive 5 km to the lookout west of town and watch the sun...

Sydney

Capital of New South Wales Australia

Tamworth

Mention Tamworth and you'll probably immediately think country music. It's the Country Music Capital - the...

Tibooburra

Step back in time and experience the history of this unique Outback N.S.W Town

Tilpa

The Tilpa Hotel is made entirely from corrugated iron and is covered with graffiti that encapsulates the dry...

Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga is NSW’s largest inland city with an urban population of around 46,000 people.

Walgett

Walgett invites you to come and experience genuine country hospitality and guarantees that you will take home...

Wellington

Wellington is probably best known for its caves - the Cathedral and the Gaden caves and the Phosphate Mine...

Wentworth

At the junction of Australia's two greatest rivers you'll discover a colourful river-boat history as well as...

West Wyalong

Walk the 'crooked mile'. The street was originally a bullock track woven around gold diggings and old tree...

White Cliffs

Hot, Hot, Hot! - White Cliffs is proclaimed as one of the hottest towns in outback NSW.

Wilcannia

Wilcannia and the towns (Menindee, Tilpa and White Cliffs ) along the Darling River are rich with memories of...