Outback Travel MapThe Darling River Run is a spectacular journey stretching nearly 950 kilometres following alongside the mighty Darling. This memorable road trip is rich in history of pioneering days, showcases impressive scenery and highlights indigenous history and culture. Use our Outback Travel Map as a guide for your trip and Outback Beds Locations.
National ParksOutback NSW not only has some of the best National Parks in NSW, but also Australia. National Parks of Outback NSW are as diverse as the area itself. From Mungo National Park in the south-west of the State, the river land beside the Darling River at Kinchega National Park to the remote outback expanses of Sturt National Park.
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Missing the campfires, the yarns and laughs, the fishing and yabbying, the birdwatching and bush walking ... Come June 1st Trilby Station will be welcoming visitors on #DarlingRiverRun.Come June 1st we’ll be welcoming everyone who did their best to stop the spread of Covid 19 out west by staying put at home. I’m sure you’ve missed the campfires, the yarns and laughs, the fishing and yabbying, the birdwatching and bush walking ... just generally roaming at leisure. So welcome back ... the Outback is looking amazing after rain and a good flow right down the Darling River!
Our secluded river campsites are well spaced and we’ll have risk management plans in place to ensure everyone’s safety, but if you’d like to be fully self-contained we have good quality bore water to fill your tanks (and we’re ok with the grey water running on a nearby tree). Bookings are essential at this time too, so once you’ve got your ducks lined up let us know OK. ... See MoreSee Less