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Outback New South Wales The Outback Travellers Track Guide

Outback New South Wales The Outback Travellers Track Guide

07th January 2014

Outback New South Wales is a doorway to the Australian Outback.  Its diversity from red sand dunes along the dog fence to the opal mines of White Cliffs, rugged Jump-up country and sculptured weathering of Lake Mungo, off the traveller many unique landscapes.

History rich communities, the famous Silverton township in recent years making its mark with the Australian Film Industry and the enticing Corner Country, all encourage the traveller to explore this terrain. There are many Station properties that offer accommodation and the local people are friendly and welcoming. Broken Hill is the major metropolis of this region, inspiring in history and artistic endeavours and a gateway to all aspects of Outback NSW including several National Parks.

Locations: Wentworth, Pooncarie, Menindee, Wilcannia, white Cliffs, Milparinka, Wanaaring, Tibooburra, Cameron Corner, Silverton, Broken Hill, Lake Mungo NP, Kinchega NP, Mutawintji NP, Sturt NP.


  • Enlarged sections of track
  • Track notes
  • GPS co-ordinates
  • Distances to and from your origin
  • Photographic References
  • Specific landmarks
  • Elevations
  • Fuel -Food -Water
  • Camping and accommodation
  • Emergency UHF radio channels
  • Contact Details
  • Points of reference
  • Road cautions
  • Surround roads and tracks



Brand: ABC Maps
Order Code: OutbackNSW