The Far West Region of NSW encompasses the semi-arid lands of western New South Wales. It is known for the Barrier Ranges, the Darling River, the Corner Country, and some of the most iconic outback towns in Australia.
The Far West region is the embodiment of the real outback, with Cameron Corner the gateway to Australia's vast outback interior. With wide-open spaces, red deserts, rolling dunes, and untouched natural beauty, the Far West is a traveller's must-see destination.
From the iconic Black Opal town of Lightning Ridge, west to the Corner Country (Tibooburra, Milparinka, and Cameron Corner), the Heritage listed city of Broken Hill, and the iconic Darling River that flows from near Brewarrina to its confluence with the Murray River at Wentworth.
Visitors to the Far West will experience the vast landscape, pristine natural beauty, spectacular National Parks, rich Indigenous culture and history, and some of Australia's best touring routes including:
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