Hotels in Outback NSW

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Find Places to Stay in Outback NSW

Immerse yourself in the vast, rugged landscapes of Outback NSW. Discover the region’s rich Aboriginal heritage in places like Mungo National Park, or visit historic mining towns like Broken Hill. Experience the tranquillity of the Darling River, or the beauty of the Menindee Lakes. From the unique flora and fauna to the clear night skies, Outback NSW offers an authentic and unforgettable Australian outback experience.

Outback NSW is a Vast, rugged landscapes, remote towns, and unique natural attractions define the western part of New South Wales. Experience stunning national parks, indigenous culture, and outdoor adventures like camping and stargazing. Notable destinations include Cobar, Broken Hill, Bourke, and Brewarrina. Explore historic colonial towns, witness breathtaking panoramas, and visit the Living Desert sculpture park. Discover bird-filled wetlands and hiking trails. Plan your trip between March and November for the best weather.

Outback NSW is a vast, arid region rich in Aboriginal history and rugged beauty.


Find valuable information and answers to common questions about this captivating region.

Must-see historical sites in Outback NSW include the Broken Hill Heritage Trail, the Mutawintji National Park with its Indigenous rock art, and the historic town of Silverton.

Outback NSW offers Aboriginal cultural heritage sites and tours, providing opportunities to learn about the rich Indigenous history, traditions, and art forms of the region.

Outback NSW offers a unique wildlife experience. Visit the Mungo National Park for a chance to see kangaroos, emus, and numerous bird species.