Brewarrina Aboriginal Fish Traps Guided Tour

The Brewarrina fish traps are estimated to be over 40,000 years old and one of the oldest man-made structures on earth. This elaborate network of rock weirs and pools stretches for around half a kilometre along the riverbed and was built by ancient tribes, to catch fish as they swam upstream. For your chance to [...]

Brewarrina Aboriginal Cultural Centre

A unique complex located overlooking the National and State Heritage listed Fishtraps (estimated at approximately 40 000 years old) these purpose built gunyahs house a history of Aboriginal people and their traditions in this area as well as offering Aboriginal art and craft for sale. This site is run by Brewarrina Business Centre, an Aboriginal [...]

Bokhara Hutz

Cathy and Graham Finlayson invite you to visit Bokhara Plains in the wide open spaces and pristine environment of the New South Wales Outback. Bokhara Hutz is situated near the Bokhara River on the black soil plains, 35 kilometres north of Brewarrina on the Goodooga Road. Whether you decide to stay for an extended time, [...]

Cafe De Luxe

Located in the NSW Outback town of Brewarrina is the last remaining original Greek Cafe in the World. Built in 1926, Cafe De Luxe is steeped in history, boasting a number of original features including wood panelling, a traditional wood stove. Enjoy takeaway or sit in meals. Try the homemade chips, mixed grills or fish [...]

Culgoa National Park

Culgoa National Park is 22,006 hectares in size and is located on the Upper Culgoa flood plain, north of Brewarrina and Bourke on the Queensland border. The Culgoa National Park is one of the least disturbed flood plains in New South Wales. Aboriginal sites are common throughout the park, including scarred trees, clay hearths and [...]

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