Corner Country Area
About Corner Country
Corner Country straddles New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia at Cameron Corner. Named after the NSW lands Department surveyor, John Brewer Cameron, Cameron Corner became famous as a stopover on the road to more remote towns in other states.
Stretching outwards from the site is the 5,614-km Wild Dog (Dingo) Fence, the longest fence in the world. A scenic drive to this outback intersection is areal adventure, through vibrant sandstone escarpments, rolling red dunes, wide open spaces, creeks and watercourses. Residents live on vast station properties or in historic towns such as Milparinka or Tibooburra, on the edge of Sturt National Park.