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Wentworth Accommodation

Accommodation in Wentworth

Known as the gateway to Outback NSW; Wentworth is located at the meeting places of the Murray and Darling rivers in far south-western New South Wales. Wentworth is a great tourist destination for everyone in need of a breakl. With a wealth of accommodation options from motels/hotels to homestays with a view, Wentworth is the perfect destination to make your acquaintance with Outback Australia.

There is much to see and do in the scenic Wentworth area. Magnificent ancient eucalyptus trees that have survived the times, Kangaroos hopping about as well as a plethora of native birds all make up the unique landscape of this vibrant region. Wentworth embodies the vision that the rest of the world picture when they imagine what Australia entails. Steeped in indigenous history, immerse yourself in a bygone era via a heritage trail walk.

The local produce equates to some of the finest food and wine in Outback NSW. After you’ve tired yourself out from your own Outback adventure; watch the action still underway from a riverside restaurant or winery.

Each year there are more than 300,000 visitors to the junction of Australia's two greatest rivers. More than 50 motels, in excess of 30 caravan parks and over 100 houseboats provide the visitor many different accommodation options. So its best to plan ahead and book your accommodation in advance so you can fully enjoy your stay in Wentworth.

As a historic and important colonial-era river port, Wentworth has much to interest all those who wish to expand their knowledge on Outback NSW.

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