BourkeEmbedded in our Australian folklore is the iconic saying “Back O’ Bourke”. First coined by the Scottish poet William Ogilvie in his poem “At the Back O’ Bourke” the saying captures the image of the remoteness of Australia’s vast outback. Bourke is known as the gateway to the real outback and the ideal place to start your Darling River journey.
BrewarrinaBrewarrina is a popular cultural and heritage stop for visitors taking in some of Outback NSW’s most stunning country. The Brewarrina District is adorned with some of nature’s most spectacular natural attractions including the National Heritage Listed Brewarrina Fish Traps, Culgoa National Park and the magnificent Barwon River.
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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If you're #ontherun this weekend you may see some spectacular #wildflower displays in some parts of the run. Here are some photos taken at Wanaaring which show the extent of growth after recent rains. #darlingriverrun ... See MoreSee Less
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TRAVEL TIP | Driving at night along the Darling River Run at dawn or dusk is risky for both you and animals. Kangaroos, emus, eagles and domestic stock share the #DarlingRiverRun as well. So try and keep safe by travelling when the sun is up. Drive safely. ... See MoreSee Less
This must be the coolest Granddad around .... taking the grandkids on an Outback camping trip for the school holidays in his 1915 Model T Ford.
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