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View of Audrey Wilkinson Wines, Hunter Valley.
Scenic sunrise in Broken Hill.
Views of New England National Park
Green hills at Kiama, South Coast Sunset on the Ocean


  • Redbank Homestead, Gundabooka National Park
  • Aboriginal Fish traps


Arts, culture and heritage in Brewarrina

Stone fisheries were built on the bed of the Darling River (just downstream from the present day weir) – you can still see them today on a guided tour.

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About Brewarrina

Brewarrina is located on the banks of the Barwon–Darling River in Outback NSW. For thousands of years, the area around Brewarrina was a meeting place for many Aboriginal language groups. Estimates have suggested that the fish traps used by Aboriginal people to catch fish on the river are up to 40,000 years old.

Today, fishing and other water sports flourish in the area. The Narran Lakes Nature Reserve, 50 km north-east of Brewarrina, covers about 50,000 hectares. Try fishing for Murray cod, yellowbelly and catfish at Four Mile Reserve.


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