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Getting to NSW Outback
Getting to Silverton, Outback NSW
Make sure you take the time to visit the beautiful Mundi Mundi Plains, 5km from the tiny outback town of Silverton. Sunset is the best time to soak up the wide open spaces surroudnign this remote township. Useful links for travel to Outback NSW are New South Wales weather and traveller information for NSW roads.
Getting to Outback NSW
You'll find a world of breathtaking experiences in Outback NSW - bush camping by a river, hiking through rugged national parks and admiring exquisite Aboriginal rock art. While Outback NSW may be remote, getting there is easy.
From Sydney, fly to Broken Hill, the unofficial capital of Outback NSW, with Regional Express or on board CountryLink's Outback Xplorer or Indian Pacific services from Central Station. If you have more time, let someone else do the driving and travel by coach from Sydney. From Broken Hill, you can travel around the region with local tour operators.
If you're travelling from Melbourne, Regional Express and Qantas fly to Mildura from where you can transfer by coach to Broken Hill. From Adelaide, it's a direct flight with Regional Express or a 7-hour trip on an Indian Pacific train.
If self-drive is your preferred way of travelling, follow the Darling River Run, a meandering drive that connects the towns of Outback NSW. This 730-km drive follows the Darling River from the outback town of Walgett in north-western NSW to Wentworth on the Victorian border. It's an amazing journey through isolated outback towns that were once thriving ports on the river - Bourke, Louth, Tilpa, Wilcannia and Wentworth.
Road conditions in NSW can vary from multi-lane motorways to single-lane roads. Always check road and weather conditions prior to travelling to remote areas and drive at a safe speed, especially on unsealed roads. There are many remote places that are easily accessible in a conventional vehicle. But, if you have a 4WD, the opportunities for exploration and discovery are even better.
The Bruce Langford Visitor Centre combines a museum, theatre and shop, with interactive displays showing the history of the Service, as well as tributes to the doctors, pilots and flight nurses who wo...
No visit to Kinchega National Park is complete without exploring the beautiful, old buildings of Kinchega Station. Built in 1875 of corrugated iron and river red gum, the historic Kinchega Woolshed is...
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 syste...
A heritage walk around the old streetscpae of Milparinka includes significant locations such as the early post office, the first Commercial Bank in the far west, the Milparinka Public School and its m...
The Broken Hill Regional Aquatic Centre facilities include: 50 metre pool (Olympic sized, solar heated), 25 metre enclosed heated pool - disabled access, toddler water play area and program pool (disa...
Eldee Station offer some great adventure options especially for 4WD enthusiasts. Drink in and appreciate the historic and natural heritage of Eldee Station and The Mundi Mundi Pastoral Run on a three ...
Did you know that Lightning Ridge is the only dinosaur fossil site in New South Wales? Or that the fossils from Lightning Ridge are made of opal?!At the Australian Opal Centre, meet a life-l...
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