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  1. Sturts Steps Touring Route

    Sturt's Steps Touring Route is an unsigned route linking Broken Hill with Tibooburra. It follows approximately the route taken by Captain Charles Sturt in 1845 as he led an exploration team into Inland Australia. The route follows main r…

  2. Bogan River

    The Bogan River was discovered by Charles Sturt in 1829 and is a minor river in the central western region of New South Wales, Australia. The Bogan starts near Forbes and flows generally north-north-west past Nyngan and is a tributary of th…

  3. Mulga Hill Tavern

    The Mulga Hill Tavern caters for meetings, functions, or dinner parties, and offers an extensive menu with weekly specials board. The Mulga offers a large variety of beers on tap, espresso coffee, luxurious lounge bar, kids fun, keno and f…

  4. Cameron Corner

    Cameron Corner is at the extreme far north west of New South Wales, bound by the Queensland border to the north and the South Australian border to the west. It is an area of diverse and beautiful landscapes divided by the rugged Barrier a…

  5. Lost Sea Opals

    Take home some Outback magic. Lost Sea Opals are jewellery makers and designers based in Lightning Ridge, designing and creating high quality jewellery and contemporary designs using Lightning Ridge Opal as well as other Australian opal …

  6. 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 National Park. The courthouse, built in 188…

  7. 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 or brush. Ochres come from naturally tinted…

  8. Bells Milk Bar and Museum

    For generations, people have been coming from far and wide to taste the famous sodas, spiders, and milkshakes from this magical shop. You can get a real taste of Broken Hill history as you sit in genuine 1950s surroundings at Bells. A…

  9. Black Opal Tours

    Join Black Opal Tours - a small, friendly touring company in search of the world-famous, elusive Black Opal.... and discover the colourful nature of 'the Ridge' on this gem of a tour. Established since 1972, Black Opal Tours has carried …

  10. Thrifty Car Rental - Broken Hill

    Thrifty Car Rental is 100 per cent Australian owned and proud to be a first tier vehicle rental company that delivers value, quality and exceptional service in the corporate, business travel, tourism, leisure and local vehicle rental market…

  11. Gorge Loop Road Drive

    As one of the largest national parks in NSW, Sturt National Park can seem so vast as to be almost impenetrable. But a terrific way to tackle its size is by driving Gorge Loop Road, a 100 kilometre round-trip that offers numerous places to s…

  12. Ngiyampaa Walking Track

    It’s worth the extra effort to hike along the range to the summit of Mount Grenfell, where you’ll find Choy trig station on Ngiyampaa walking track. There are expansive scenic views from the top across this otherwise flat landscape, and alo…

  13. Old Coach Road Drive

    The short drive takes in the ruins of the Rockholes Hotel that was built to accommodate passing trade between the two towns, as well as spectacular rock formations like Wana Karnu and Split Rock. Also along the drive you’ll find great spot…

  14. Culgoa National Park

    Culgoa is a remote national park offering scenic views, free camping, birdwatching, picnicking, and a number of enjoyable day walks through the varied landscape. Some landscapes are iconic, like a scenic view ready-made for a postcard, or …

  15. PS Providence historic site

    You might wonder what the lace monitors and bearded dragons make of it, but the rusty hunk of metal on the banks of the Darling River marks the site of a major tragedy. In 1872 the boiler on the riverboat PS Providence exploded, killing all…

  16. The Horizon Gallery

    The Horizon Gallery at Silverton is among the most respected galleries in Outback Australia. The gallery hosts the studio of Albert Woodroffe. Other artists whose artworks are featured include Clark Barrett, J.E. Jones, Lindsay Womersley an…

  17. Paroo-Darling National Park

    Discover Paroo-Darling National Park's rich history on a school excursion or camping trip to explore the Murray-Darling Basin. Enjoy kayaking, canoeing, fishing and picnicking opportunities. At Paroo-Darling National Park, you’ll find the …

  18. Broken Hill Regional Aquatic Centre

    In partnership with Broken Hill City Council, the YMCA-managed Broken Hill Aquatic Centre provides high-quality aquatic and recreation facilities and programs. With a focus on family, healthy living, developing young people and those less f…

  19. 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 highlight the skyline, all with a story to tell. Located on a majes…

  20. Kinchega National Park

    Camp beside the Darling River among the majestic river red gums of Kinchega National Park. Explore Aboriginal and pastoral history on a school excursion and marvel at the range of birdlife. Featuring the mesmerising Menindee lake system wi…