FOUR MILE RESERVE |Brewarrina, Outback NSW

Brewarrina is in Outback NSW between the towns of Walgett and Bourke. Four Mile Reserve is a free camp that sits on the Barwon River just 10 minutes from the township. The Reserve has plenty of space, shade and there are toilets and showers at the boat ramp if you need them. Make sure you don’t just pull up in the asphalt carpark, turn along the dirt road past the toilets and there’s plenty of space along the river. WHERE IS IT? 9820 Tarrion-Yarrawin Road, Brewarrina NSW CAMP [Read more...]

LAKE PAMAMAROO | MENINDEE NSW

Menindee is a small township around 100kms south east of Broken Hill in Outback NSW and is where you will find the beautiful Lake Pamamaroo.   Lake Pamamaroo is a free camp that stretches for around 2kms along the waters edge.   We were lucky enough to see the lake at full capacity while we were there!  It's a great spot for swimming, especially for kids as it’s quite shallow and you are set up only a matter of metres from the water's edge.   WHERE IS IT? Main Weir [Read more...]

Trilby Station LOUTH | OUTBACK NSW

Trilby Station is a working sheep station around 25kms from the township of Louth in Outback NSW.  With beautiful private campsites on the Darling River, you will want to stay for a month! Little bit of history:Once a part of the legendary million acre Dunlop, first in the world to complete a sheep shearing by mechanical means in 1888, Trilby Station is 320,000 acres these days, running approx 24,000 Merino sheep and an extensive goat enterprise. The Murray family trace their [Read more...]

WHITE CLIFFS | OUTBACK NSW

WHITE CLIFFS… an intriguing little outback town! You will find White Cliffs around 70km north of Wilcannia and 270km northeast of Broken Hill in Outback NSW. White Cliffs is renowned for its opal mining and fascinating underground houses.  The houses are a sight to see, well you don’t actually see much and I guess that is the amazing part… Most you only see a front door in the side of a hill or air vents popping out of the ground and that's pretty much it!!   With temperatures [Read more...]