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Toorale National Park

Unnamed Road, Gunderbooka NSW 2840
Experience an outback adventure at Toorale National Park and State Conservation Area. Awe-inspiring skies, dramatic sunsets and starry nights under Australian floodplain landscape are just a few things you can enjoy while riverside camping, freshwater fishing or even birdwatching in the area. Best visited between April and November, few places offer the rare opportunity to see the floodplain landscape ... Visit website for more info
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Back O Bourke Exhibition Centre

Kidman Way, Bourke NSW 2840
The Back O'Bourke Exhibition Centre is nestled in a spectacular natural setting amongst the river red gums on the banks of the Darling River. The centre allows you to experience a journey through life in the back country; rediscovering the stories of Australia through modern eyes, taking you from the rich cultural history of the past through to the future of the Australian Outback. This world-class centre employs a series of interactive installations and stunning visual screen displays to immerse visitors with stories of the Australian Outback, bringing them to life and actively engaging visitors with the area's rich history. Engage and uncover stories of early exploration, the poets, local bushrangers, the grazing industry, Outback legends and conflicts. A modern gift shop and the Nardoo Café are part of the experience, enjoy a coffee overlooking the Darling floodplain and ponder your journey.

Comeroo Camel Station

Comeroo Station, Bourke NSW 2840
Want a complete outback experience? Then come to Comeroo Camel Station - Back of Bourke hospitality at its best! Comeroo Camel Station is a 100,000 acre cattle property on the Cuttaburra Creek offering farmstay accommodation, camping or bed and breakfast accommodation. Backpackers are welcome, and all rooms are air-conditioned. Activities available include fishing, yabbying, canoeing, hot artisan bore bath, bush walks, camel wagon rides or camp out overnight with camels, camp oven cooking, camp kitchen, barbecue area, property tours, camel treks of one to 10 days, abundant birds and wildlife to watch and photograph....

Ardsillia House

5 Richard Street , Bourke NSW 2840
Heritage listed bed and breakfast Ardsilla House is a particularly intact example of an ornate late 19th century home displaying fine timber craftsmanship, it also has strong links with the general history of Bourke having been used as a private hospital, surgery and stately home. Ardsilla House has two beautifully decorated rooms with veranda access through French doors, one with en suite, the other with access to the main bathroom containing a clawed bath. Ardsilla also has a large pool and delightful garden areas, off street parking and fully air-conditioned. Generous country style continental breakfast served to your room or veranda, evening meals are also available with prior notice. Host Julie Murphy is a fourth generation born local, with a love of history and country living. They look forward to sharing their home and its history with their guests. ...