The wild beauty and spectacular landscapes of Outback NSW invite you on a caravan or camping holiday of a lifetime!
Visit the unique opal mining town of White Cliffs, where most people live underground to escape the heat. Bit of a movie buff? Then take a journey to Silverton, where Mad Max 2 and several other movies were filmed. It is a true Australian outback town!
In Outback NSW you can travel through the lush farming land of Griffith & The Riverina to the dusty harshness of Broken Hill. Explore the Aboriginal rock art at Mount Grenfell, where three main rock shelters feature more than 1,000 images.
You will find comfortable places to stay, some of Australia’s best wines, foods and warm welcomes wherever you go. You can go on camping safaris or a caravan tour, or stay overnight at motels and lodges along the way.
Don’t miss the rugged beauty and bush camping opportunities in the spectacular national parks of Outback NSW. Outback NSW produces spellbinding landscapes, and is a must to explore!
The term Outback defines any part of Australia 'out back' from the larger cities that reside on Australia's coasts, typified as arid or semi-arid, open land, often undeveloped.
Scientists believe that the 'outback red' is the result of high levels of iron-oxidizing in the soil. The soil in the Red Centre is millions of years old.
Broken Hill is an isolated frontier mining town in the far west outback of New South Wales and Australia's longest-lived mining city. It's also a favourite movie location.