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The Bush and the Outback


The bush and Outback are Australia’s heartland – a vast, raw, brooding landscape with a world of wonders that spells adventure to the traveller

 

The bush and the Outback set Australia apart from every other corner of the planet, and, in New South Wales, you’ll find an abundance of experiences in the rugged Outback.

Whether it’s bending an elbow with the locals in a country pub, fossicking for opals on a mullock heap, yelling your lungs out at a country race meeting or watching the billy boil - this is the stuff that fond memories are made of.

Most of New South Wales lies west off the Great Dividing Range and, if you want a taste of the real Australia, there is nowhere else quite like it.

 

Outback towns

 

White Cliffs

This is an extraordinary opal town where most of the inhabitants live...

Silverton

The road from Broken Hill to Silverton passes through pure Outback country...

Bourke

The expression ‘Back of Bourke’ is written in Australian folklore as being where...

Tilpa Pub

For a true Outback experience you have to visit the Tilpa Pub on the Darling River...

Lightning Ridge

A place of larger-than-life characters, thrives on the largest deposit...


Bush and outback experiences

 

Broken Hill

At first sight, Broken Hill seems conservative, even sedate...

Louth Races

A huge tradition in country Australia is the annual "picnic" race meeting.

Jackaroo / Jillaroo

Brush up on your whip cracking skills and cattle mustering at a five-day...

Mutawintji National Park

For thousands of years Mutawintji was one of the most important spiritual meeting...


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