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. Fort Grey campground

    Fort Grey campground is a great place to take a break on your NSW outback tour. Set amongst sweeping sand dunes and suitable for caravans and motorhomes, it's the ideal base to explore the western part of the park....

  2. 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...

  3. Coach and Horses campground

    In a delightful, shady spot next to a bend in the Darling, the Coach and Horses campground offers a bush camp with views up and down the river. Spend the day exploring the river in a kayak or canoe or enjoy a spot of...

  4. 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,...

  5. 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...

  6. The Family Hotel

    The Family Hotel, built in 1881 from local sandstone, was part of the Cobb and Co network. For good old fashion country hospitality, big steaks, great wine and ice cold tap beer the Family Hotel is the place to be....

  7. Gateway Hotel Motel

    The Gateway Hotel Motel is locally owned and operated. They pride themselves on offering simple, affordable, quality accommodation. They have single and double rooms available. You will feel welcome at the Gateway. ...

  8. Cawndilla campground

    Birdwatchers will flock to this idyllic lakeside campground in Kinchega National Park in outback NSW. Cawndilla Lake is the gathering place for countless waterbirds and it's birdwatcher's paradise, no matter what time...

  9. Wanaaring Caravan Park

    Wanaaring Caravan Park is your one stop shop for all your accommodation, camping and travelling needs.The accommodation in the fully grassed Caravan Park has five single rooms and one double room all air...

  10. Mount Wood campground

    Beautifully set next to an outback billabong, Mount Wood campground is a great base for exploring the historic landscape of Sturt National Park. State heritage-listed Mount Wood homestead complex is on the doorstep of...

  11. Redbank Homestead

    For a holiday that will take you far from the everyday, try the historic Redbank Homestead in Gundabooka National Park, near Bourke. With heritage charm in an outback location and plenty of space, you can gather your...

  12. Outback Villas

    Outback Villas in Broken Hill is a beautifully landscaped property featuring nine self-contained, luxurious two and three bedroom units and one disabled unit. Centrally located within walking distance to the local...

  13. Pimpara Lake Stationstay

    Pimpara Lake Station is a 44,000 hectare sheep and cattle property located west of the Silver City Highway, 200 kilometres north of Broken Hill. Since purchasing the property in 1980 the owners,...

  14. Black Lion Inn Hotel

    The Black Lion Inn provides budget accommodation with off street parking. It is located in the city centre opposite the Visitor Information Centre and in close proximity to shops and dining venues...

  15. Mount Wood Shearers Quarters

    Kick back and immerse yourself in the vast expanse of the spectacular outback in true pioneer style. Located in Sturt National Park, Mount Wood Shearers Quarters is an affordable and unique alternative to camping....

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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.