Outback NSW

Outback NSW provides a unique Australian experience that brings the visitor in contact with the ancient and spectacular landscape of the Outback. Discover a network of rivers and lakes, astonishing wildlife and meet the Aussie characters who are the spirit of this red land.

Here you'll find rugged beauty, vivid red earth, bright blue skies, endless horizons and prolific native wildlife. Of equal interest are the mining towns of Broken Hill, Cobar, Silverton and White Cliffs. The desert habitat favours many animal and plant species: a mob of big red kangaroos moving across the setting sun at Sturt National Park, a flock of ibis rising from the Menindee Lakes and emus racing across the Mundi Mundi Plains. It's little wonder that art galleries and bush artists abound out here.

Follow the Darling River for a touring adventure from Brewarrina or Bourke to Wentworth where the Darling meets the Murray. To experience 'the real Australia' try a spot of Outback camping. Sleeping under a blanket of stars is a magical experience. Or experience the underground life at White Cliffs. Mungo National Park is famous for its Walls of China dunescape, while Mutawintji Historical Site contains one of the best collections of Aboriginal art in New South Wales. Kinchega National Park is an area of glittering lakes and historical interests.

Outback NSW is one of those rare experiences that taps into the very essence of the Australian heritage. A journey here will not only fill your photo album but, more importantly, touch your soul.

Temperatures for Outback

Outback has hot summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Outback is approximately 32 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 17 °c.

Outback has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Outback is approximately 16 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 5 °c.


Outback, NSW Accommodation

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