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  1. Paroo-Darling National Park

    Paroo-Darling National Park

    At Paroo-Darling National Park, you'll find the Paroo Overflow, the only unregulated river in the Murray-Darling Basin and an area of outstanding conservation value and natural beauty. Spend a...

  2. Golden Gully walking track

    Golden Gully walking track

    A visit to Golden Gully makes for a fantastic experience, where you can see where massive erosion has exposed evidence of the underground warren of mines that once dotted the creek line. Golden...

  3. Sturt Park Reserve and Titanic Memorial

    Sturt Park Reserve and Titanic Memorial

    Sturt Park was first gazetted as the Central Reserve in 1895 and was officially known as Sturt Park from 1944, to commemorate the centenary of the inland explorations of Captain Charles Sturt in...

  4. Fort Bourke Hill Lookout and Open Cut Mine

    Fort Bourke Hill Lookout and Open Cut Mine

    Fort Bourke Hill stands to the east of the Cobar township and rising to 300 metres above sea level, it affords the visitor a wonderful vista of the Cobar landscape. See the open pit and entrance to...

  5. Duke of Cornwall Park

    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...

  6. The Living Desert and Sculptures

    The Living Desert and Sculptures

    Within the Living Desert Reserve are two must see major attractions - the sculptures and the flora and fauna sanctuary.

    The Sculptures comprise 12 sandstone artworks which...

  7. Middle Road drive

    Middle Road drive

    For anyone on a road trip through NSW, Middle Road drive has a firm place on the itinerary. Traversing Sturt National Park, this 80km touring route takes you through a remarkable landscape, some of...

  8. Milparinka Courthouse Interpretive Centre

    Milparinka Courthouse Interpretive Centre

    Designed by Colonial architect James Barnet and built in 1896, the Milparinka Courthouse is a classic example of the fine design and construction of the day. Its function as a courthouse ceased in...

  9. Sturt National Park

    Sturt National Park

    Sturt National Park is one of NSW's largest nature conservation reserves. Established in 1972, it covers over 340,000 hectares of semi-desert country in the NSW far north west...

  10. Milparinka Heritage Walk

    Milparinka Heritage Walk

    A walk around the outback township of Milparinka reveals many of its secrets. There are, of course, the obvious structures, the buildings which remain from the 1880s and 1890s, restored and in use...

  11. Mirri Mirru Yurun

    Mirri Mirru Yurun

    Mirri Mirri Yurun, also known as River Bank walk, follows the bank of Culgoa River, threading between majestic red gums. After a wet season, spring sees the ground flourish with wildflowers as well...

  12. The Homestead Gallery

    The Homestead Gallery

    "When I am not painting I am usually painting with my mind's eye, observing people, objects, colours and movements, framing everything that has the potential to find its way onto my canvas....

  13. Mount Grenfell Historic Site

    Mount Grenfell Historic Site

    For thousands of years before Europeans settled in this part of NSW, Ngiyampaa people regularly gathered around the semi-permanent waterhole and took shelter in the overhangs of what is now Mount...

  14. Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery

    Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery

    The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery houses an extensive collection of Australian colonial works including James Coutts Michie and James Ashton along with several important Victorian painters such...

  15. Twin Lakes

    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...

  16. Mundi Mundi Plains

    Mundi Mundi Plains

    The Mundi Mundi plains lookout is on the edge of the world! From the top of the hill, the flat lands of the Mundi Mundi plains stretch out for an eternity. Take a self-guided walk and take a...

  17. Lightning Ridge Bore Baths

    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...

  18. Kinchega National Park

    Kinchega National Park

    Featuring the mesmerising Menindee Lake system with its wonderful array of birdlife and haunting river red gums, Kinchega National Park offers visitors a unique experience of the Australian outback...

  19. Great Inland Way

    Great Inland Way

    The Great Inland Way is a highway tourist route that travels inland from Sydney to Cairns and Cooktown. It is a 2,956 kilometre journey along fully sealed roads, and some of the highlights include:...

  20. Absaloms Gallery

    Absaloms Gallery

    Absalom's Gallery is owned and operated by Jack Absalom.

    You are welcome to view and buy his beautiful original art works as well as prints, placemats and books....

  21. Penrose Park

    Penrose Park

    Whether you're after a quiet family picnic, an eventful weekend or a week away from it all, Penrose Park is the place for you.

    Powered camping and caravan sites are available,...

  22. Valley of the Eagles walk

    Valley of the Eagles walk

    Valley of the Eagles walk is an easy 1km stroll that starts from Bennets Gorge picnic area. This short and easy walk will take you to the base of Mount Gunderbooka. It's well-signed and suitable...

  23. Milparinka Architecture Trail

    Milparinka Architecture Trail

    There are few buildings left standing in Milparinka, but those buildings that do, are representative of the colonial architecture of the late 1800s.
    This trail includes one designed by...

  24. Afghan Mosque

    Afghan Mosque

    The mosque is situated on the site of the former 'camel camp' where Afghan and Indian camel drivers loaded and unloaded their camel teams, from the earliest days of Broken Hill. It was constructed...

  25. Mount Grenfell art site walk

    Mount Grenfell art site walk

    On the rocky overhangs of Mount Grenfell art site walk are human figures, animals, medicine, waterways, land, and dreaming stories depicted in red, yellow, and ochre pigment, applied with a finger...

  26. Sturt's tree walk

    Sturt's tree walk

    In 1844, Captain Charles Sturt led the Central Australia Expedition from the streets of Adelaide, then along the Murray and Darling rivers before heading where no European had been before. The...

  27. Depot Glen, Pooles Grave and Sturts Cairn

    Depot Glen, Pooles Grave and Sturts Cairn

    The sites of Depot Glen, Poole's Grave and a cairn were all established and built by the men of the 1845 Sturt Expedition. They are located on a privately owned sheep station, Mount Poole, and are...

  28. Cobar Miners Heritage Park

    Cobar Miners Heritage Park

    Just over the road from the Great Cobar Heritage Centre, the park was completed in August 2002 to commemorate the miners who lost their lives in Cobar mines.

    Some of the objects...

  29. Broken Hill Golf and Country Club

    Broken Hill Golf and Country Club

    The Broken Hill Golf and Country Club (est circa 1921) is Broken Hill's premier golfing destination. The 18 beautiful holes are set against the contrasting backdrop of classic outback Australia....

  30. Courthouse Museum

    Courthouse Museum

    Step back in time and imagine what life must have been like for those who lived and worked on sheep stations in the early 1900s at Courthouse Museum in the Tibooburra township, not far from Sturt...

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