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  1. Milparinka Heritage Gardens

    Adjacent to the Milparinka Heritage Precinct are three separate garden areas, each containing specimens of local flora, but also interpretive panels or museum items. Two of the gardens have bench seats and...

  2. Twin Lakes

    A rare sight in the middle of the outback - a beautiful park with a lake, big grassed areas and an adventure playground for the kids. Relax in the shade of a tree, have a picnic or a stroll around...

  3. Mad Max Museum

    Australia's first and only museum dedicated to Mad Max 2.Offering a large collection of photographs, life size characters in full costumes, original and replica vehicles including two Interceptor's. Exhibits...

  4. Mount Grenfell Historic Site

    Mount Grenfell Historic Site in Cubba protects Ngiyampaa rock art. It’s a short walk to this important Aboriginal site, and a more challenging one to a scenic lookout.For thousands of years before Europeans...

  5. Lost Sea Opals

    Take home some Outback magic.Lost Sea Opals are jewellery makers and designers based in Lightning Ridge, designing and creating high quality jewellery and contemporary designs using Lightning Ridge...

  6. Mutawintji National Park

    The ancient landscape of Mutawintji National Park, north east of Broken Hill, is rich in Aboriginal history. Explore bushwalks and camp under the outback night sky.Visiting Mutawintji National Park in the...

  7. Jump-Up walking track

    Take a walk among the Jump-Up landscape of Sturt National Park; striking flat-topped mesas that are the remains of an ancient mountain range.As you walk, you’ll have a good view of the surrounding plains,...

  8. Broken Hill Heritage Walk Tour

    The Broken Hill Heritage Walk Tour is a two hour volunteer guided tour through Broken Hill's CBD, taking visitors past many outstanding heritage buildings. Australia's First Heritage Listed City has always been...

  9. Kinchega National Park

    Camp beside the Darling River among the majestic river red gums of Kinchega National Park. Explore Aboriginal and pastoral history on a school excursion and marvel at the range of birdlife.Featuring the...

  10. Stephen's Creek Reservoir

    Stephen's Creek Weir is located 17 kilometres from Broken Hill on the Barrier Highway. In the past, water shortages were always a problem and the long standing indifference of Sydney governments to Broken Hill's water...

  11. Morton Boulka Picnic Area

    If you’re a birdwatching nut then grab your binoculars and head to Morton Boulka picnic area. This remote and tranquil spot in Kinchega National Park links the mighty Cawndilla and Menindee lake systems, and explodes...

  12. John Murray Art Gallery

    John Murray Art Gallery in Lightning Ridge is the exclusive outlet for original John Murray paintings. One of the outback's favourite painters, here you can view the brilliant landscapes and characters first hand....

  13. Historic Daydream Mine

    Historic Daydream Mine was founded in 1881, before the beginning of the Broken Hill Mining Company (BHP). The mine is just a 30 minute drive from Broken Hill. Drive through some of Australia's...

  14. Valley of the Eagles Walk

    If you're heading to Gundabooka National Park, put on your walking shoes and explore Valley of the Eagles walk. You'll be rewarded with breath taking views of the rugged Mount Gunderbooka, which rises 500 metres above...

  15. Duke of Cornwall Park

    The Duke of Cornwall Park has two tennis courts for hire. Keys can be picked up at the Visitor Information Centre on the corner of Bromide Street and Blende Street. Courts can be hired during the day or after sunset....

  16. Silverton Photography

    Call in and see Helen Murray at her Silverton Gallery, the result of a hobby gone crazy. The collection includes photographs of Silverton and surrounding areas depicting flooding creeks, tranquil reflection pools,...

  17. Silverton Tea Rooms

    If you're after some country-style cooking while in Silverton, just look for the sign that says Cafe.Originally a house built in the late 1880s, Brian and Margaret Edwards renovated the premises of the...

  18. Opal Bin

    Opal Bin have a collection of Lightning Ridge amazing carved opals, top quality solid opals in every price range and great opal specimens, unique individually designed jewellery in silver and gold....

  19. Bennetts Gorge Picnic Area

    Located on the western side of Mount Gunderbooka, just 50 kilometres from Bourke, Bennetts Gorge picnic area is a great place for a picnic lunch or barbecue.The picnic area is also wonderful for birdwatching...

  20. Lightning Ridge Bore Baths

    The water found in the Bore Baths at Lightning Ridge comes from the Great Artesian Basin and is approximately two million years old! Natural pressure sends the water to the surface through an artesian bore and it...

  21. Middle Road drive

    Most people start the drive at Olive Downs Homestead, which dates back to the 1880s and was once the social hub of the area. There is also Olive Downs campground, where you might decide to stay overnight before...

  22. Bourke Town Trail

    Established with the intention of servicing the Victorian goldfields, Cobb & Co quickly developed to become the most successful company of its kind during the 19th Century, pioneering transport routes, delivering mail...

  23. Milparinka Heritage Precinct

    The Milparinka Heritage Precinct is a complete surprise. A visit to Corner Country is not complete until this Precinct has been explored. It's a beautiful place in the midst of a desert landscape where the spirit of...

  24. Jump-Up Loop Road drive

    For a tantalising taste of outback NSW, load up the van or 4WD and revel in the wide open spaces along Jump-Up Loop Road drive, in Sturt National Park. Starting at Tibooburra, it’s a 110km self-guided round trip to...

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