Outback NSW Accommodation

Seeking a place to stay in Regional NSW - or simply want to known that there's a good hotel or motel where you can break your journey along the way? Seek and you shall find a range of affordable, convenient accomodation options around the state.

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  1. Dead Horse Gully campground

    Camp among the massive granite boulders of Sturt National Park, a place that has to be seen to be believed. Located near the town of Tibooburra, an Aboriginal word meaning a 'place of heaps of rocks', Dead Horse Gully...

  2. Gossan Street Units

    Located on the corner of Williams Lane and Gossan Street, the Gossan Street Units consist of four self-contained, two bedroom units. The units are best suited to couples travelling through or tradesmen. Located a...

  3. Lavender and Lace Cottage

    Lavender and Lace is a two bedroom plus sleep-out cottage conveniently located a short five minutes' walk to the Centro Westside Plaza, Broken Hill's prime shopping complex and only a five minute drive from the...

  4. Darling River campground

    If you like to wake up to water views, then pitch your tent at Darling River campground. The picturesque Darling River, on the eastern edge of Kinchega National Park, is famous for birdwatching, wildlife and stunning...

  5. Dry Tank campground

    Go camping in the NSW outback at Gundabooka National Park's Dry Tank campground. It's a great place for camping with tents, caravans and camper trailers. Dry Tank campground makes a terrific base from which to explore...

  6. Old Vic Bed and Breakfast

    Make Old Vic Bed and Breakfast your 'Home in the Hill'.Established in 1890, this heritage listed building offers old world charm with modern day comforts. Your hosts Paul and Ann Maroney assure...

  7. Bluey Motel

    Bluey Motel is located in Lighting Ridge, home of the black opal in the New South Wales Outback. An owner operated motel with 10 rooms, Bluey Motel is situated opposite the bowling greens and walking distance to shops...

  8. Copper City Motel

    Copper City Motel is a great place to start your 'Cobar Experience', when visiting the Central West Region of New South Wales and enjoying the history and rugged beauty of the outback. Located on Lewis Street Cobar,...

  9. Beds on the Barwon

    Mel and Grant welcome you to Beds on the Barwon with luxury cabins and camping facilities located just a few kilometres out of town on the banks of the Barwon river.Beds on the Barwon have four...

  10. Sonjas Bed and Breakfast

    Sonja's Bed and Breakfast is your home away from home in Lightning Ridge, the heart of Australia's black opal country. Sonja's is a perfect home base for a visit to the fascinating opal mining town of Lightning Ridge,...

  11. Blue Wren Cottage Broken Hill

    Blue Wren Cottage is a charming "miners tinny" and enjoys an ideal location in a quiet street right across the road from Broken Hill's Catholic school, and close to the magnificent Catholic cathedral in an elevated...

  12. Trilby Station

    Trilby Station, a vast 320,000 acre merino sheep and goat station, is situated on the banks of the Darling River in Outback New South Wales, near the village of Louth on the Darling River Run Adventure Trail....

  13. Toddington Cottage

    Toddington Cottage in Broken Hill offers unique heritage style self-contained accommodation. A cosy cottage with quality furnishings for a relaxing holiday situated close to the centre of town...

  14. Kookaburra Cottage Broken Hill

    Kookaburra Cottage is a three bedroom charming "miners tinny" in an ideal location in a quiet street right across the road from Broken Hill's Saint Joseph's School, and close to the magnificent Cathedral in an...

  15. Olive Downs campground

    There's nothing more dramatic than the views of orange tinged clouds of a sunset at Olive Downs campground, matched only by the sight of kangaroos hopping across the horizon at dawn. Set atop the distinctive flat...

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Outback New South Wales is a region of dramatic beauty and vast natural landscapes, and is home to some of Australia's oldest and most unique landmarks. Discover red sand deserts, spectacular sunsets and rivers which are home to flocks of native birds; an adventure to Outback NSW awaits you.

If you are travelling to Lightning Ridge, home of the black opal, you can fossick for opals, Australia's National Gemstone, 95% of which come from Lightning Ridge. In Broken Hill, see the, visit the Living Desert Reserve and see 12 stunning sandstone sculptures by artists from around the world. In Cobar, experience the Aboriginal rock art at Mount Grenfell, which boasts more than 1,000 images.

During your stay, it is important that you pick the right outback accommodation for your needs, whether you are looking to go camping in the outback in a national park or holiday park, pitching a tent under the stars, or enjoying the luxury of being looked after at one of the region’s bed and breakfasts. There are also luxury resorts, high-end boutiques to affordable and comfortable outback motels. The area is a haven backpackers, so hostels also prove popular.

Check out the Outback NSW accommodation on offer: Broken Hill accommodation, Cobar accommodation, Lightning Ridge accommodation.